Chamblee Charter High School has been named a 2011 Advance Placement (AP) honor school, the school announced.

Chamblee was cited as an honor school in every category in which it was eligible, the school said.

Chamblee was honored because 20 percent of its students took AP exams and at least half scored 3 or higher on the exams; because a number of students took two or more math courses and two or more science courses and because 40 percent of those students scored a 3 or higher on their AP tests; and because 30 percent of the AP test takers were African-American or Hispanic students and at least 30 percent of all the test takers scored a 3 or higher on the tests.