Pre-Advanced Placement Courses

  • The Advanced Placement Program, administered by The College Board, allows students to participate in college-level courses while in high school and possibly earn college credit while still in high school. Pre-AP coursework at the junior high school level prepares students for these advanced courses.  Pre-AP classes are more challenging and stimulating, therefore they take more time and require more work. Pre-AP classes require energetic, involved, and motivated students. Pre-AP courses must be started at the beginning of a full-year course and may not be entered the second semester of a full year course.

    Pre-AP Algebra & Pre-AP Spanish I Drop Policy

    Through the first three weeks of school students may drop or add Pre-AP Algebra or Pre-AP Spanish I class with teacher and parent acknowledgement. Students are not able to add or drop Pre-AP Algebra & Pre-AP Spanish I class after the first three weeks except with approval from the Pre-AP Steering Committee. For more information about requesting an appointment with the Pre-AP Steering Committee, please contact the counselor.  Pre-AP Algebra & Pre-AP Spanish I courses may not be dropped after the first nine weeks.

    All Other Pre-AP/GT Classes Drop Policy

    During the first semester, students may drop Pre-AP/GT classes with teacher and parent acknowledgement and administrative approval.  Students are not allowed to drop Pre-AP/GT classes after the first semester.