Presentation on theme: "AP Session info and course information. English III Math Math Analysis, Algebra II w/ Trig, or AP Calculus I/AB Fitness/Health Technical Concentration."— Presentation transcript:
English III Math Math Analysis, Algebra II w/ Trig, or AP Calculus I/AB Fitness/Health Technical Concentration Physics Social Studies US History II Spanish Spanish III, Spanish IV, AP Spanish or Drop Spanish (not recommended) If you do drop Spanish… here are some of your Options
Earn College Credit and Placement Most four-year colleges in the United States and colleges in more than 60 other countries give students credit, advanced placement or both on the basis of AP Exam scores. By entering college with AP credits, you'll have the time to move into upper level courses, pursue a double-major or study abroad. (www.collegeboard.org)
AP scores are determined after we establish score boundaries—the difference between a 2 on the exam and a 3, for example. We do this by defining how many composite score points equal each different AP score. This process is known as score setting and it takes place immediately after the reading. AP Exam scores are reported on a 5-point scale as follows: 5 Extremely well qualified* 4 Well qualified* 3 Qualified* 2 Possibly qualified** 1 No recommendation** * Qualified to receive college credit or advanced placement ** No recommendation to receive college credit or advanced placement
Monday, February 4th (B) Period 5: AP Chemistry Pre Req: 85 or above in Biology and Chemistry, or recommendation from Biology teacher. Wednesday, February 6 th (B) Period 5: AP Statistics Pre Req: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in Math Analysis or Advanced Mathematics with 80 or above average in mathematics Wednesday, February 6 th (B) Period 6: AP Biology Pre Req: 85 or above in Biology and Chemistry, or recommendation from Biology teacher.
Friday, February 8 th (B) Period 5: AP Calculus I – AB (Magnet students only Pre reqs: 85 or above, on tests and quizzes, in Math Analysis or recommendation from Math Analysis teacher. Tuesday, February 12 th (B) Period 6: AP Economics Pre reqs 85 or above in Combined Algebra or concurrent enrollment in a level 3 math course. Tuesday, February 12 th (B) Period 5: AP Spanish Language Pre reqs 85 or higher average in Spanish IV, or recommendation from Spanish IV teacher.
AP Class info on college board http://apstudent.collegeboard.org/exploreap
Students will not be able to enroll in these courses unless they have attended an information session. Students may bring their bag lunches only to the sessions or change their lunch period to attend these sessions. Just a reminder that all students who wish to take an AP course next school year, must attend the AP Information Session for that course, receive a contract for each AP course, and return the signed contracts to Ms. Schneider You only will bring me back the signed contract AFTER we go through course selection for next year.
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