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Advanced Placement

The College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Program provides an opportunity for high school students to experience postsecondary-level coursework across multiple subjects. Each course is aligned to a subject-specific AP exam, which provides students the potential to earn credit for postsecondary coursework in that subject.

Resources for Students and Parents

As students work their way through high school, there are a lot of options and paths they can take to reach their future goals. 

Advanced Placement courses provide students with a great opportunity to:

Here are some great resources provided by the College Board that you can access to get information to help you learn more about AP courses.

Resources for Schools

The College Board’s AP Program provides an opportunity for high school students to experience postsecondary-level coursework across multiple subjects. Each course is aligned to a subject-specific AP exam, which provides students the potential to earn credit for postsecondary coursework in that subject.

Here are some useful website links for additional information about AP: