College Board has invited St. Louis Catholic faculty members Kim Foreman and Tiffany Metoyer to be National Advanced Placement Exam readers/scorers for the second straight year.

Foreman teaches AP Government & Politics, and Metoyer (St. Louis Catholic Class of 2001) teaches AP Human Geography.  Both women will travel to Salt Lake City and Cincinnati in June to read the National AP exams.

They will join approximately 18,000 college faculty and AP teachers from around the world to evaluate and score about 25 million free-response answers.  This honor is by invitation only from College Board and gives them valuable opportunity to come together and exchange ideas with peers while gaining valuable insight into the quality and depth of student responses from the entire pool of AP Exam takers.

“It’s the best professional development that an AP teacher can participate in,” Metoyer said. “I think it is an honor for our school to have more than one teacher chosen by College Board the past two years.  Kim and I will represent our school and community with pride.”