Advanced Placement / AP Classes
To access an IMPORTANT AP PARENT AND STUDENT INFORMATION UPDATE, click HERE.
Click HERE to view vital information for AP students, teachers, and families.
AP students, click HERE to login to your AP Portal.
Important Spring 2020 AP Exam Links from College Board
AP Exam Makeup Form- Students who experience a testing issue and need to retest on the makeup test date will need to submit this form within 48 hours of their original test date in order to be eligible for the makeup.
- AP 2020 World Languages Video
Dual Credit Classes
When and how do I register for dual credit classes through ACC? If you are taking dual credit classes at ACC this summer, registration opens May 4. Registration for fall dual credit classes opens on June 15. To learn how to set up your ACC ID, activate your ACC email account, and register for your classes, click HERE to view instructions. For those seeking general information about dual credit, click HERE. Should you have additional questions, contact your campus CCMR specialist or your counselor.
For the latest information on ACC's schedule adjustments and online learning efforts, click HERE.
UT OnRamps courses are continuing through the Canvas platform. Adjustments have been made to courses and exams to accommodate for school closures. The Credit-Decision Period is from Saturday, May 16 at 8:00 am CT, through Friday, May 29 at 5:00 pm CT. For the Spring 2020 semester, OnRamps has extended the Credit-Decision Period from 5 days to 14 days to increase time for students to make informed decisions. To see updated information from OnRamps, click HERE.
Elementary G/T Classes
G/T students are receiving their G/T intervention through digital access organized by their G/T teachers. Click HERE to view additional resources for parents of G/T students.
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GISD Advanced Academics
As a result of education summits that brought together parents, students, teachers, business leaders, and community members to determine the desired skills and characteristics of a Georgetown learner, our Georgetown ISD Learner Profile was conceived. Our advanced academics programs and course offerings have been designed with this Learner Profile in mind, challenging every learner at an appropriate level, and stretching every individual to reach his or her full potential.
Why enroll in advanced courses?
All students in GISD are provided opportunities to develop the skills in the GISD Learner Profile, but students in advanced courses experience challenging learning opportunities on a daily basis that often push them outside of their comfort zones and into the zone of innovation. Additionally, there is a direct correlation between the rigor of courses taken in high school and the successful completion of a college degree.
Does advanced coursework simply mean more work?
Although this is a common misconception, advanced courses do not necessarily require more work from students; however, they do require students to explore and study subject matter with more depth and more complexity.
What advanced academics opportunities does GISD offer?
GISD offers a gifted/talented program, pre-Advanced Placement courses, Advanced Placement courses, dual credit courses, and a variety of enrichment opportunities for its students, from UIL to SeaPerch.