Advanced Placement courses provide the opportunity for students to challenge university level courses while still in high school. Students who score 4 or 5 on the AP College Board exam may be able to use their AP score for credit or Advanced Placement at university.
Because we believe that all students should experience the rigour and demands of an Advanced Placement course, 100%
of our students have taken at least one AP course by the end of Grade 12, with some completing as many as 7. To help
prepare students with the skills necessary to be successful in Advanced Placement, all students in Grade 9 and 10 are
enrolled in pre-AP science and English.
Advanced Placement courses are offered in biology, chemistry, physics, physics 2, English, microeconomics, psychology, art,computer science principles and calculus. We also provide the resources and support for students wishing to challenge the AP French, Chinese and art exams.