AP Credit on your high school transcript sets you apart from other college applicants. Admissions counselors recognize that you have taken rigorous courses that have prepared your for college level work.
By taking an AP course and earning a qualifying score on the AP exam, you can earn college credit, advanced placement or both at most colleges and universities.
By taking an AP course related to your preferred college major, a qualifying score on the AP exam can help you advance in your major coursework by helping you avoid introductory classes.
AP classes help build the skills you need to be successful in college and beyond.
For more information on the Advanced Placement program, visit the College Board Advanced Placement Why Take AP? website.
Art History – AP
Art III: Portfolio Development - AP
Art IV: Personal Dir in Art Studio–AP
Calculus C/Multivariate Calculus
Comparative Government & Politics
Computer Science A - AP
Computer Science Principles AP
French V - AP French Language & Culture
Government & Politics
Music Theory II – AP
Photo II: Portfolio Development - AP
Photo III: Per Dir in Photo – AP
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
Physics C: Mechanics
Physics I and Physics II
Spanish V – AP Spanish Language & Culture
United States History