• The Advanced Placement program is a nationally recognized program sponsored by the College Board which enables students to complete college-level studies while still in high school and to obtain college placement or credit on the basis of their performance on rigorous Advanced Placement examinations. A strong Advanced Placement program depends upon a partnership between motivated students, of whom much is expected, and dedicated high school teachers who are trained by the College Board. Participation in Advanced Placement programs is often used as one of the criteria for academic scholarships and acceptance into many highly selective colleges. All Advanced Placement Courses carry a course fee and the cost of the exam in the spring. 

     Contact: Ashley Ferguson    

     AP Courses
    AP CAPSTONE Research
    AP CAPSTONE Seminar
    AP English Literature
    AP English Language and Composition
    AP Biology
    AP Chemistry
    AP Environmental Science
    AP Physics 1
    AP Physics 2
    AP Physics C Electricity
    AP Physics C Mechanics
    AP Economics
    AP Government
    AP Psychology
    AP US History
    AP Calculus AB
    AP Calculus BC
    AP Statistics
    AP Computer Science A
    AP Computer Science Principles
    AP Latin
    AP Spanish Language
    AP Spanish Literature
    AP Music Theory
    AP Studio Art
Last Modified on January 9, 2021