NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Eligible high school students in Tennessee now have the chance to register for free, online advanced placement classes this spring.

The Tennessee Department of Education made the announcement on Friday. They said students can sign up through the AP Access for ALL program, which provides advanced classes virtually. Since the classes are online, officials said they hope to bridge barriers and provide more access to AP classes across the state.

[Read and Watch on WBIR]

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