At the middle school level, AP Spanish Language is offered to students who qualify for the course via a placement exam or the successful completion of Pre-AP Spanish III.
Advanced Placement (AP) courses are part of a program begun by The College Board, a not for profit association whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity. High schools across the United States work with The College Board to offer these advanced courses. Through AP courses, students ...
- take college level coursework in high school
- study subjects in depth
- explore the world from multiple perspectives
- develop study habits for tackling rigorous work
- focus on deeper reasoning, analysis, and problem-solving
- show universities they were willing to take on the demands of an AP course and they are ready for colleges
Through AP exams, students earn college credit with a passing score on an AP exam. Each college and university establishes accepted scores on specific exams for college credit. When looking at college choice and planning for AP classes in high school, this is important information. The Advanced Academics Specialist can show you how to locate this information.