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AP Teachers

Allison, Kathy
US history, APUSH, and GOPO/Senior class sponsor
Goslin, Polly
English II Honors, English III AP, Newspaper Sponsor
Hall, Tammy
Math Teacher
Humphries, Denise
Social Studies Teacher
Hunt, Alice
Biology Teacher
Lombardino, Stacy
Art I, II, III and IV/ YACA sponsor
McKay, Christy
Teacher
Melton, Russell
English / Football / Girls' Soccer / Rodeo / Senior Class / FCA
Weinreber, Aundrea
PreAP & AP Chemistry, Red Jackets & Highsteppers sponsor

Advanced Placement Hall of Fame

The Advanced Placement organization of College Board recognizes and grants awards of distinction to those who show outstanding aptitude on Advanced Placement tests.  The two award categories of recognition are:

 

AP Scholar - granted to students who received scores of or higher on three or more AP exams.

 

AP Scholar with Honor - granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. 

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Zachary Runkle

AP Scholar with Honor 2016

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Dakota Digilormo

AP Scholar with Honor 2015

Advanced Placement Department

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Work Toward College Success

Stand Out in College Admissions

Deciding to take an AP course lets colleges and universities know that you have what it takes to succeed in an undergraduate environment. When admissions officers see “AP” on your transcript, they know that what you experienced in a particular class has prepared you well for the challenges of college. Taking AP is a sign that you’re up for the most rigorous classes your high school has to offer.

Earn College Credits

By taking an AP course and scoring successfully on the related AP Exam, you can save on college expenses: most colleges and universities nationwide offer college credit, advanced placement, or both, for qualifying AP Exam scores. These credits can allow students to save college tuition, study abroad, or secure a second major. AP can transform what once seemed unattainable into something within reach.

Skip Introductory Classes

If you already know your preferred college major, taking a related AP course and earning a qualifying score on the AP Exam can help you advance and avoid required introductory courses – so you can move directly into upper-level classes and focus on the work that interests you most.

Even taking an AP Exam unrelated to your major – whether or not you know what you want to major in – can place you beyond your college’s general education requirements. This opens up additional time on your schedule, enabling you to do a second major or minor, take exciting electives, or pursue additional interests.

Build College Skills

Taking an AP course builds the skills you'll need throughout your college years. You give your mind a rigorous workout while polishing up your time management and study skills. You also get better at handling challenging issues and problems, with the support of your AP teachers. AP courses let you know what to expect during the next phase of your educational journey, and help you build the confidence to succeed.

2017 AP Testing Schedule

Date Day Subject
May 1 Monday

Chemistry

Environmental Science

May 4 Thursday AP Government and Politics
May 5 Friday AP US History
May 5 Friday AP Studio Art Drawing Portfolios are due
May 8 Monday

Biology

May 9 Tuesday AP Calculus AB/BC
May 10 Wednesday AP English Language and Composition
May 11 Thursday AP Statistics (begins at 12:00 p.m.)
May 12 Friday AP Human Geography

 

All tests begin at 8:00 a.m. on their assigned day except for AP Statistics.  This test will begin at 12:00 p.m.

Overview of AP Courses offered the 2016-2017 School Year

AP Helps Build Skills Necessary for College Success

By taking an AP course, you aren't just distinguishing yourself in high school and in the college admission process: you are also building the skills you'll need throughout your college years. Since AP courses give you the opportunity to get your hands on real college-level work while still in high school, you'll get a great idea of what to expect when you move onto the next phase of your educational journey.

The increased rigors of AP courses will not only give your mind a workout, they will help you polish up your time management and study skills, which, given the pressures of undergraduate life, will become an invaluable ally. In addition, getting a feel for how to tackle challenging issues and problems, with the support of your AP teachers, can help you grow your natural study habits and skills. In the end, you will get the most out of your AP courses now and your college courses in the future.

With AP classes, you'll experience the thrill of overcoming difficult problems as well as the pride of seeing challenges through to the end. College can be challenging, and learning how to work intensely and overcome academic obstacles while in high school can enable you to experience the joy of making it over the hurdles that may confront you during college classes. Once you know this, you'll be rewarded with the confidence and understanding that with knowledge, hard work and determination, you can overcome just about anything that stands in your way.

AP Scholar 2016

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 Kimberly Cook

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Cooper Hollis
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Cameron Hadley


   Courtney Jackson


 Sara Miller


Cheyenne Norman

  David Smith

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Stephanie Wheeler

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Victoria Willcox