Courses in Calculus (Both AB and BC), Statistics, Computer Science, English Composition, English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, U.S. History, European History, World History, Psychology, and Art. Students are recommended to enroll in the advanced placement program based upon past academic performance, Keystone exam scores, teacher recommendations and the approval of the department chairperson and the high school principal. Students enrolled in AP courses should plan on taking the advanced placement tests recommended by their AP instructor. Advanced placement courses are considered to be equivalent to freshmen college courses.
Students and parents will be required to sign and submit an AP contract as to their intentions to remain in the course. Students that drop an AP course after the posted August deadline will receive a (WF) Withdrawal Failure on their transcript