Presentation on theme: "College Credit in High School Advanced Placement Dual Enrollment Programs of Study Concurrent Enrollment (CAVIAT) Central Programs."— Presentation transcript:
College Credit in High School Advanced Placement Dual Enrollment Programs of Study Concurrent Enrollment (CAVIAT) Central Programs
AP AP (Advanced Placement) Who: Students who want to demonstrate they are ready for undergraduate college level courses. What: Boost GPA, Preferential Selection, AP Scholarships When and where: Enroll in high school AP courses grades Select a School drop down CHS Home page – Programs & Services Counseling Course Catalog How: Multiplier in Grade Point Average = weighted grade (vs unweighted) A = 5 (instead of 4) B = 4 C = 2.5
Take the AP test (taking an AP course is NOT a prerequisite) Explore AP Explore; general information AP Courses; identifies all courses recognized as AP by College Board Taking the Exam; calendar, prep, policies. AP Scores; viewing, understanding, using scores COLLEGE AP CREDIT POLICIES
Dual Enrollment Programs of Study Concurrent Enrollment Kevin Mullins FTF Grant Coordinator CCC CAVIAT Representative Part-Time Faculty / Science Dept. Coconino Community College
Whats the Difference?
Dual Enrollment at CHS 13~14 ENG101Bushyager*College English $ year MAT142Casados*College Math3.0$ year POS110EdwardsGovernment3.0$ year HIS131/132 Wright, PU S History 6.0$ 75.00/semester SPA101/SPA102GarlantSpanish Immersion8.0$100.00/semester NAV101HudsonNavajo III4.0$ year NAV102HudsonNavajo IV4.0 $ year ACC100 FriendAccounting II3.0 No Fee AUT100LockeAutos II3.0 No Fee AUT106Locke Autos III3.0No Fee WLD102QuigleyWelding III3.0No Fee CTM115NicolsonWoods II3.0No Fee *requires placement testing.