Advanced Placement and Pre-Advanced Placement courses prepare students with the habits of mind needed for successful completion of a college degree.

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    Beginning in middle school, pre-Advanced Placement courses are offered to prepare students for success as Advanced Placement (AP) students. Beginning in high school, Advanced Placement courses are offered to prepare students for success as college students. Students who successfully complete an AP course and earn a score of three or higher on the corresponding AP exam may receive college credit for the course. Students in high school may select from a wide variety of AP courses in English, languages other than English, mathematics, science, social studies, and fine arts. For more information regarding specific AP courses offered, consult the District Course Catalog.

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    Question: What does is take to be an AP student?   Answer

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    Question: How can I register my student for an AP exam? Answer: Click here to log in to the Total Registration website to register for exams.

  • Click here to view the 2019 AP exam schedule. Students must register and pay for their AP exams by the established deadline on campus Total Registration pages in order to sit for an exam. Click here to visit the Total Registration site, and click on the "Search for School" tab at the top right corner of the page to find your campus's information, including the point of contact.

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