At the high school level, student placement in Pre-Advanced Placement (PAP) and/or Advanced Placement (AP) courses will be determined based on student interest and/or teacher, parent, counselor, administrator, peer, or self-recommendation. Students receive differentiated services through AP/PAP courses where teachers are trained to integrate College Board curriculum. Within these classes, students should be given opportunities to take part in advanced, complex, and innovative products and/or performances which may include out-of-school assignments. These learning experiences will allow students to draw upon their personal interest, interpersonal effectiveness, creativity, problem solving, critical thinking, communication, and the use of technology as a tool for learning.


  • Pre-AP English I & II

  • Pre-AP Geometry, Algebra II & Pre-Calculus

  • Pre-AP Physical Science, Biology, & Chemistry

  • Pre-AP Civics

  • AP English Language (11th grade)

  • AP English Literature (12th grade)

  • AP Statistics

  • AP Calculus AB

  • AP Calculus BC

  • AP Biology

  • AP Physics

  • AP Physics II

  • AP Chemistry

  • AP World History

  • AP US History

  • AP Psychology

  • AP Computer Science Principles 1 & 2