With the entire uproar about Standards of Learning Math Scores in Virginia, divisions continue the push for students to be placed in advance level mathematics courses. Woodside High School in Newport News, Virginia, is one of those schools. Virginia now has a growing list of middle and high schools encouraging larger number of students to take Advanced Level and Advanced Placement math and science courses. Woodside High school administration and faculty recognize that not all students who take the class will earn college credit, however the AP courses are an instructional tool to challenging students and hopeful get them to see the benefits of hard work and a rigorous curriculum and the impact on their futures. The school recently went public on record to support this push. Will your division join in the push?