The Advanced Placement (AP) Program is a cooperative educational endeavor with the CollegeBoard in Princeton, New Jersey for academically talented juniors and seniors. Through this program, sophomores, juniors, and seniors in high school take courses that have been developed with college-level material and expectations. AP level classes carry the .050 weighted average. Since the curriculum is more in depth than the regular courses, there is a greater opportunity for individual progress and achievement. The Advanced Placement examinations are given each May. All examinations consist of an essay or problem solving section and a series of multiple choice question.

Another great benefit of taking AP exams is that you can earn college credit by scoring a 3 or higher on the exam (exams are scored on a 1-5 scale).  Most all colleges and universities award college credit for qualifying AP exam scores.  Each college or university determines what score is needed to award credit for each exam. 
The specific credit awarding policies can be found here. 

Students interested in taking Advanced Placement courses should see their counselor to discuss options and complete an AP contract.

Check out this great website for information on each particular AP course.  Here you can find detailed information on each individual test along with cool ways to prepare for the AP exams in May.





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