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Advanced Placement (AP) and Honors Classes

Advanced Placement (AP) courses give students the opportunity to engage in college-level courses while in high school. The benefits include acquiring college credits along with starting at a higher placement in college courses. The content and structure of AP curricula are establishd by the the College Board.

Honors courses are similar to regular classes but are more in depth and academically challenging than regular classes. Honors curricula can be determined by state officials, administrators as well as teachers.

We have many AP and Honors courses. Students, please check with your counselor and teachers for placement. 

Course Name Teacher-Website
 LANGUAGE ARTS 9H (Honors)  Ms. Carrie McCallum
 LANGUAGE ARTS 10H (Honors)  Mr. Ben Knobel
 LANGUAGE ARTS 11H (Honors- American Literature)  Mrs. Jessica Blount  
 AP BIOLOGY  Mr. Brian Dickerson
 AP Pre-Calculus  Mr. Neil Ford
 AP US HISTORY  Mr. Alex Reed
 AP EUROPEAN HISTORY  Mr. Keith Meeuwsen
 AP STATISTICS  Ms. Awen Gatten

Meets Standard Diploma requirements with a 3.5 GPA or higher (weighted)
3 years World Language minimum
4 years Math minimum
27 minimum credits
3 credit minimum of AP or Dual-Credit Option courses