Advanced Placement Program (AP)

Advanced Placement, or AP, courses are specially designed classes for high school students seeking to earn college credit or simply wanting to take a more challenging course. The AP Program gives students a chance to try college-level work in high school and gain valuable study habits. If a high school student gets a qualifying grade on an AP Exam, there are thousands of colleges worldwide that will give him/her credit, or advanced placement, for his/her effort. AP Exams and courses offer students a chance to:

  §     Study a subject in greater depth.

  §     Gain a clearer idea of future plans.

  §     Develop skills and study habits vital to college.

  §     Improve college admission eligibility.

  §     Prepare for the unexpected.

  §     Save money.

  §     Get a head start for college.

  §     Become eligible for scholarships.

Last Modified on November 18, 2015
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