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Advanced Placement

University bound?  Interested in buidling your academic portfolio?

The goal of the Advanced Placement (AP) Program is to provide students with the opportunity to enhance their learning beyond the secondary school curriculum and enable advanced standing when applying to post-secondary institutions.


 

Students who have in-depth knowledge of particular subject areas may write AP examinations. The exams are administered by schools each May and are returned to the College Board for marking on a 5 point scale.  Scores are made available to students in July. Students must achieve a score of 4 or 5 to be considered for advanced placement in post-secondary programs that recognize the AP designation.

Continuing Education will be offering AP Exam Preparation programs for AP exams listed below. Each program will provide 18 hours of intensive study focusing on exam content, taught by qualified teachers, using College Board AP exam study material.


 

Details for the 2014/15 Advance Placement program will be posted shortly.