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Advanced Placement (AP) Classes


If you are being recommended for AP courses next year (check with your counselor), you may be required to complete an AP Summer Project to prepare you for the year long class. Click on the classes below to open and download the summer project. Please note, failure to complete and turn in the Summer Project may result in being removed from the AP course.

Academic Decathlon

Academic Decathlon


AP English Language and Comprehension

AP Literature and Composition - Frankenstein Reading Questions - Major Works Worksheet - PDF Copy of Frankenstein

Foreign Language

AP Spanish IV

AP Spanish V - Mod 1 - Mod 2 - Mod 3 - Mod 4 - Mod 5 - Mod 6


AP Chemistry

AP Physics

AP Psychology

Social Studies

AP European History - Reading CH. 11

AP Government

AP Human Geography

AP World History

AP US History






What is Advanced Placement (AP)?

“Advanced Placement” (AP) is a program of college-level courses offered at many high schools.  Courses are available in many subject areas, including English, history, languages, math, and science. The focus is not on memorizing facts and figures. It's on engaging discussions, approaching and solving problems together and learning to write well. You'll get to study fascinating topics and ideas. Who knows? One (or more!) might just become the foundation of your future college major or career.

What are the benefits of taking AP courses?

AP courses can help you gain the skills and study habits you'll need to be successful in college. You'll improve your writing, problem-solving, time-management skills, and learn how to stay focused on your work and goals. Research shows that AP courses help students graduate from college in four years and qualify for scholarships.

AP courses can also help you get accepted into college. It's less about taking the easy classes and earning an "A" than it is about showing colleges that you're willing to take a challenging class, even if it lowers your grade point average. This makes you stand out in the admission process. It also shows that you are taking the initiative to prepare yourself for college-level work.

Who can take AP courses?

Your high school may require you to have a minimum grade point average or have taken certain classes before they allow you to take AP courses.

Can I take an AP exam without taking the course?

Yes. Any student can take the exam. An AP course is not required, but it does help you prepare for the exam. Other high school or honors classes as well as studying on your own can prepare you too.

How do I earn college credit?

AP classes don't just earn you high school credit. You may also earn college credit if you take an AP exam at the end of the course AND earn a score of at least three (3) on a scale of one (1) to five (5). Colleges and universities consider a score of three (3) an indicator of your ability to do successful college work.

How to Register for AP Exams

This info will be updated.

Please contact Mr. Harris in the Sophmore Academy for more information.

AP Scores

About AP Scores

Completing an AP course and exam is a huge accomplishment. You should feel very proud about the work you’ve done and the skills you’ve learned. Your AP score is one way to share this accomplishment with others, like colleges and universities. The final exam score is reported on a scale from 1–5 and shows how well you’ve mastered the content of the course.

Scores of 3, 4, or 5 can also get you credit for a college course or enable you to skip the equivalent college course (this is known as advanced placement). Policies vary by college – explore credit policies to learn more. To be considered for credit or placement, you must send your official AP score report to the college you’re planning to attend.



Online AP Scores

To get your scores online in July, you will need a College Board Account (you may already have one if you took the SAT) and your AP number or student ID number.