As AP testing approaches, preparation becomes a high priority

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As AP testing approaches, preparation becomes a high priority

Coppell High School sophomore Lauren Cottrill puts a piece of paper with her favorite work of art into a jar for a future activity in Michelle Hauske’s seventh period class on Wednesday.With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

Coppell High School sophomore Lauren Cottrill puts a piece of paper with her favorite work of art into a jar for a future activity in Michelle Hauske’s seventh period class on Wednesday.With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

Lilly Gorman

Coppell High School sophomore Lauren Cottrill puts a piece of paper with her favorite work of art into a jar for a future activity in Michelle Hauske’s seventh period class on Wednesday.With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

Lilly Gorman

Lilly Gorman

Coppell High School sophomore Lauren Cottrill puts a piece of paper with her favorite work of art into a jar for a future activity in Michelle Hauske’s seventh period class on Wednesday.With AP testing beginning Monday, many AP classes have been reviewing significant content to prepare students.

Lilly Gorman

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