Within AP Art History, you will explore the interconnections between art, culture, and historical context through the critical lenses of artistic expression, cultural awareness, and purpose.

This challenging two-semester course engages you in a wide variety of activities. There is substantial emphasis on interpreting and collecting data in virtual labs, writing analytical essays, and mastering biology concepts.

Comparable to college and university calculus, this course helps prepare you for the Calculus AB Advanced Placement exam. Study limits, continuity, differentiation, integrated algebraic, trigonometric, and transcendental functions, and the applications of derivatives and integrals.

Comparable to college and university calculus, this course will help prepare you for the Calculus BC Advanced Placement exam. Study limits, continuity, differentiation, and integrated algebraic, trigonometric, and transcendental functions, as well as explore applications of derivatives and integrals, infinite series, and parametric and polar equations.

Develop the skills required to write programs or parts of programs to correctly solve specific problems. You will learn design techniques to make programs understandable, adaptable, and reusable.

AP English Language and Composition - 1.0
Read and analyze prose written in various periods, disciplines, and rhetorical contexts while gaining an understanding of the interactions among a writer’s purposes, audience expectations, and subjects.

AP English Literature and Composition - 1.0
Develop critical standards for the appreciation of literary works and increase your sensitivity to literature as a shared experience.

AP AP Environmental Science - 1.0
Learn the scientific principles, concepts, and methodologies required to understand the interrelationships of the natural world. You will evaluate the risks associated with environmental problems and examine alternative solutions in virtual labs.

AP Human Geography - 1.0
Explore the patterns and processes that impact the way humans understand, use, and change Earth’s surface. Geographic models, methods, and tools help you examine the effect that human social organization and interconnections have on our world.

AP Macroeconomics - 0.5
Understand the choices you make as a producer, consumer, investor, and taxpayer. This course provides you with the knowledge and decision-making tools necessary for understanding how a society must organize its limited resources to satisfy its unlimited wants.


AP Psychology - 1.0
Immerse yourself in modern psychological techniques investigating the ethics and morality of human and animal research. In this college-level course, you will learn the psychological facts, principles, and phenomena associated with each major area of psychology and enhance your scientific critical thinking skills.

AP Statistics - 1.0
Actively construct your own understanding of the methods, interpretation, communication, and application of statistics. Each unit is framed by ideas and questions designed to provide you with a deep understanding of the concepts at hand, rather than memorization and emulation.

AP United States Government and Politics - 0.5
Research the roles of the media, political parties, interest groups, states, candidates, bureaucracy, and the public in the governmental process. You will experience the production of policy building in multiple economic and social settings.

AP United States History - 1.0
Examine key themes and events of our history, including American identity, diversity, religion, culture, war, and slavery, as well as economic, political, and demographic changes. You will also analyze globalization and environmental issues.