AP Course Request Worksheet

AP Course Offerings

Earn College Credit and Placement
AP courses can help you acquire the skills and habits you will need to be successful in college. You will improve your writing skills, sharpen your problem-solving abilities, and develop time management skills, discipline, and study habits. More than 90% of 4-year colleges in the United States and colleges in more than 60 other countries give students credit, advanced placement or both on the basis of AP exam scores. By entering college with AP credits, you will have the time to move into upper level courses, pursue a double-major or study abroad.

AP Course Planning
Students that wish to take multiple AP courses must plan their course selections carefully. To achieve this goal, students will need to schedule multiple core courses in addition to AP courses concurrently, especially during their 11th and 12th grade year.

To aid students in taking as multiple AP courses, the AP courses are offered in an “A-B” year rotation. This allows ample time in the schedule to fit several of these courses into a students’ schedule and satisfy other graduation requirements.

Students are encouraged to pick a focus area of interest and plan multiple courses as a 2-year commitment. For example, if a student excels at science and math, they may want to schedule one or two AP courses in each of those disciplines each year. Please note that it is highly unlikely a student will be able to schedule all AP course offerings prior to graduation.

Guidelines:
  • No more than two (2) AP courses should be scheduled per year.
  • AP course enrollment is subject to instructor approval.
  • Parents must sign the AP course enrollment approval agreement.
  • Only courses with ample enrollment will be conducted.

Tentative AP Course Offerings
B (2014-2015)
C (2015-2016)
D (2016-2017)
AP English Language
 AP English Literature
 AP English Language
AP Physics
 AP Physics
 AP Physics
AP Chemistry
 AP Biology
 AP Chemistry
AP Statistics
 AP Calculus
 AP Statistics
AP Psychology
   AP Government
     
     

 
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