Advanced Placement (AP) is a program in the United States and Canada, created by the College Board, which offers college-level curricula and examinations to high school students. American colleges and universities often grant placement and course credit to students who obtain high scores on the examinations. The AP curriculum for each of the various subjects is created for the College Board by a panel of experts and college-level educators in that field of study. For a high school course to have the AP designation, the course must be audited by the College Board to ascertain that it satisfies the AP curriculum. If the course is approved, the school may use the AP designation and the course will be publicly listed on the AP Course Ledger.
|Art History||Calculus A/B||Calculus B/C||Chemistry||Computer Science Principles||Environmental Science|
|Biology||Studio Art: Drawing||Studio Art: 3-D Design Portfolio||Studio Art: 2-D Design Portfolio||United States History||World History|
|Literature & Composition||U. S. Government & Politics||Language & Composition||Psychology||Spanish Language & Culture||Statistics|
|Seminar||, Capstone Program Research||Capstone Program||Physics||French Language & Culture|
- Please reference course descriptions for more specific information or for any pre-requisite information.
- American Studies option (11th grade – 2 course block): Language & Composition and United States History
- AP Capstone Program: Seminar (11th grade) and Research (12th grade) ~ Students who complete both years of the AP Capstone program and successfully complete four additional AP courses will receive an AP Certified Diploma