In a town where it is the expectation that students will attend college directly after high school, it seems unusual for teenagers to pursue alternate paths. However, every year, there are always a few people who decide to deviate from the norm and take a gap year before attending college full-time. With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, more high school seniors are considering this option.
While the College Board is technically a non-profit, they have been accused of being the opposite. Due to the global pandemic causing disruption in classrooms throughout America, many more people became aware of this idea. When most schools stopped in-person education a full two months before the AP tests, many wondered what would happen with their $94.