On March 13 and 15, 10th and 11th grade students will complete the AP Common Application in their History classes. In completing the AP Common Application, students will apply to Advanced Placement courses for the 2018-19 school year.
We encourage all students to apply for AP classes, and to make their selections based on individual interest and appropriate level of rigorous coursework. Please complete this form only once.
Students will be enrolled in their top-choice courses as space permits. Students must also qualify for AP courses through completing the prerequisite courses and maintaining good attendance.
Applications are due Tuesday, March 20 @ 11:59 p.m.
Students must be on track to successfully complete pre-requisite courses and must have good attendance to qualify for AP classes. Please see our AP Enrollment Policy for more information about eligibility.
Before making selections, students should review the AP Course Descriptions and the AP Awareness Presentations from the grade-level assemblies.
To learn more about the College Board’s AP Program, visit ap.collegeboard.org
Rising 11th-12th Grade AP Information
Rising 10th Grade AP Seminar Information
All rising 10th grade students are invited to apply to the AP Capstone program, consisting of a 10th grade course, AP Seminar, and a 12th grade course, AP Research. Students who pass the AP Exams for these two courses and 4 additional AP courses earn the AP Capstone Diploma, a prestigious honor.