Advanced Placement (AP)

Students must meet prerequisites to enroll. Students who score 3 or higher on the required AP exam are eligible to receive college credit from colleges and universities. Most colleges accept AP credit, but the student should check the policy of his or her college choice.

Students interested in potential college course credit can enroll in several of the AP courses available. AP course selections are subject to change.

Khan Academy is now the official practice partner for AP. Their free AP videos, articles, and practice exercises are designed to build the knowledge and skills needed for AP-level courses. Courses in bold below are an active link and will open the Khan Academy practice link.

Art Portfolio

Art History


Calculus AB

Calculus BC


Comparative Government

Computer Science Principles

English Language

English Literature

Environmental Science

European History

Human Geography



Music Theory

Physics 1

Physics C




Spanish Language

Spanish Literature


U.S. Government and Politics

US History

World History

Advanced Placement (AP) Tests

Advanced placement tests are given at the completion of an advanced placement course. (See curriculum guide for complete listing of courses) The exams are administered in May and the results mailed to the home, high school, and specified colleges. Most colleges accept AP credit, but the student should check the policy of the college choice.

For even more information on AP courses, visit Collegeboard

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AP credit policy information from colleges and universities