Presentation on theme: " Honors courses cover course content in greater depth and may include additional material. Honors courses encourage students to challenge themselves."— Presentation transcript:
Honors courses cover course content in greater depth and may include additional material. Honors courses encourage students to challenge themselves.
Advanced Placement courses are college-level courses taught in high schools. Colleges may award credit based on the student’s score on the Advanced Placement exam which is administered in May.
Students who are motivated Students who like a challenge Students who are or want to become academically prepared
Rigorous high school curriculum is the single best predictor of success in college Explore subjects of interest more deeply Develop confidence with challenging work Develop time management and study skills that are essential for college Earn a grade point average boost of 0.5 on a 4.0 scale for each honors class passed
May earn college credit for qualifying scores on AP exams Show college admissions personnel that student is serious about his/her education More likely to complete a college degree on time if student has taken an AP course Earn a grade point average boost of 1.0 on a 4.0 scale for each Advanced Placement course passed
Take responsibility for your own learning Be motivated to do whatever it takes to succeed Do not hesitate to ask for help when it is needed
Provide trained teachers and resources to enhance your AP experience Pay $45 toward each math, English, science, or social studies AP exam Pay directly to the student $100 for each qualifying score on any math, English, science, or social studies AP exam if they are enrolled in the course
Math 6, Honors Math 7, Honors Algebra I, Honors Geometry, Honors Algebra II/Trig, Honors Precalculus, Honors English 6, Honors English 7, Honors English 8, Honors English 9, Honors English 10, Honors Social Studies 6, Honors Civics 7, Honors Geography 7, Honors World History 8, Honors World History 9, Honors US History to 1877, Honors Earth and Space Science 6, Honors Life Science 7, Honors Physical Science 8, Honors Biology, Honors Chemistry, Honors
Statistics Calculus AB Calculus BC Computer Science Biology Chemistry Physics I Physics 2 Physics C, Electricity and Magnetism Physics C, Mechanics Environmental Science
English Language and Composition English Literature and Composition Human Geography US History World History European History US Government and Politics Economics, Macro Economics, Micro Comparative Government and Politics Psychology
French Language, AP French Literature, AP German Language, AP Latin Literature Latin: Vergil Spanish Language Art History Studio Art Music Theory