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Advanced Placement Info

 

 

Advanced Placement Information

 

AP Course Credit
Students involved in Advance Placement (AP) classes have the opportunity to take the AP exam in May.
Passing scores are 3, 4, or 5 (with 5 being the highest possible score).  Many colleges award college credit for courses where the student has earned a score of 3, 4, or 5 on the AP exam. 


Click on the link below to determine AP course credit information for colleges across the nation.

                                 AP College Credit Policy (from CollegeBoard.com)

AP Course options are listed in the chart below. Please encourage your child to speak to his/her current teachers about recommendations.

 

AP Course

Semesters

Open to

Prerequisite(s)

Counts as

Human Geography

1

9 - 12

 

(SS elective)

European History

2

1 0 and 12

 

World History

US Government

1

9 - 12

 

Civics/Amer. Gov’t

US History

2

11

 

US History

Psychology

1

11, 12 (possible 10)

 

 

CalculusAB/BC

2

11,12 (possible 10)

Accelerated Math 3 or Math 4

4th Math Option

Statistics

1

11, 12 (possible 10)

Accelerated Math 3 or Math 4

4th Math Option

Chemistry

2

11 and 12

Gen/Adv Chemistry and Math II

Science

Biology

2

11 and 12

Gen/Adv Bio and Gen/Adv Chemistry

Science

Environmental

1

10 – 12

Gen/Adv Bio and Gen or Adv Chem (co-requisite)

Science

Physics

2

11 - 12

Bio and Chem

Physics

English Language

2

11

 

American Lit (11)

Literature

2

12

 

British Lit (12)

MicroEconomics

1

12

 

Economics

French Language and Culture

2

Students with an A  average in French 3 OR

B average in French 4

 

French 3 with teacher recommendation OR

French 4

World Language Elective

Spanish

Language

2

 

Students with a 96 or better average in Spanish 3 with teacher recommendation OR

 B average in Spanish 4

Spanish 3 with teacher recommendation OR

Spanish 4

World Language Elective

AP 2-D Design

2

11 and 12

Visual Arts 1, Visual Arts 2, and, preferably, Painting 1 and/or Drawing 1

Fine Art

AP Drawing

2

11 and 12

Visual Arts 1, Drawing 1 and, preferably, Drawing 2

Fine Art