Advanced Placement (AP)




Advanced Placement Courses (AP)


The 
Advanced Placement program is an academic program provided by the college board, a not-for-profit organization based in Princeton, New Jersey whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity.  The College Board also runs the SAT and PSAT exams. 

With qualifying AP exam grades, students can earn credit, placement, or both at more than 90 percent of colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. 

Individual colleges and universities, not the College Board or the AP program, grant course credit and placement.  Parents should obtain a college’s AP policy in writing.  This information can be found in the institution’s catalog or on its website, or by using the AP credit policy info search at www.collegeboard.com/ap/creditpolicy. 

If you are going to Brigham Young University in Utah, the AP transfer credit website is apib.byu.edu. 

CourseInstructor
AP STATSBrian Blakely
AP CALCAmelia Jamison
AP WORLD HISTORYBecky Stephens
AP US HISTORYMari Harris
AP COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENTTravis Haase
AP US GOVERNMENTRandy Risk
AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHYThomas Thomas
AP BIOBrandon Dahle
AP CHEMJames O'Dell
AP ARTDan Andrews
AP 3D ARTDan Andrews
AP ENG 11Amber Ford
AP ENG 12Zach Barclay
 

2017 AP Exam Dates

Week 1                                     Morning 8 a.m.                                                    Afternoon 12:00 p.m. 

Monday,                             Chemistry                                                   Psychology                                                 
May 1                                Environmental Science 


Tuesday,                             Computer Science A                                     Art History
May 2                                Spanish Language and Culture                        Physics 1 - Algebra-Based        


Wednesday,                         English Literature and Composition                  Japanese Language and Culture
May3                                                                                                 Physics 2: Algebra-Based 
 

Thursday,                           United States Government                            Chinese Language Culture & Seminar
May 4                                     and Politics                                                                           

 
Friday,                               German Language and Culture                        Computer Science Principles
May 5                                United States History 


                                      Studio Art — last day for Coordinators to submit digital portfolios (by 8 p.m. EDT) and to gather 2-D                                             Design and Drawing students for physical portfolio assembly. 

                                      Teachers should have forwarded students' completed digital portfolios to coordinators before this                                                  date. 
 
                                      

Week 2                            Morning 8 a.m.                        Afternoon 12:00 p.m.                       Afternoon 2:00 p.m.

Monday,                            Biology                                       Physics C: Mechanics                      Physics C: Electricity
May 8                              Music Theory                                                                                      and Magnetism


Tuesday,                            Calculus AB                                 French Language and Culture        
May 9                                Calculus BC                                 Spanish Literature and Culture                             
 

Wednesday,                       English Language and Comp.          Italian Language and Culture  
May 10                                                                              Macroeconomics 


Thursday,                          Comparative Gov. and Politics         Statistics  
May 11                             World History                                      


Friday,                              Microeconomics                            Latin
May 12                              Human Georgraphy                       European History