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AP Pathways

AP Pathways

 

ENGLISH

Freshman Year

English 1-2 (Reg. or Acc)

Sophomore Year

English 3 – 4 (Reg. or Acc)

Junior Year

English 5 – 6 (H) or

AP English Language

Senior Year

AP English Literature

*  Students wishing to take AP English Language should take ACC English 3-4

 

MATH

Freshman Year

Algebra 1 or Acc Geometry

Sophomore Year

Geometry or

Algebra 2

Junior Year

Algebra 2* or

Pre-Calculus or Finite Math

Senior Year

AP Calculus or AP Statistics or Finite Math

*Students who take Intermediate Algebra during their Junior Year will need to take Pre Calculus during summer school to be eligible to take AP Calculus during their senior year

  • Non-math and science majors may consider Finite Math, depending on future goals

 

SCIENCE

Freshman Year

Biology 1-2 (Reg. or Acc)

Sophomore Year

Chemistry (Reg. or Honors) or

Physics

Junior Year

Lab Earth Science or

AP Biology or

AP Chemistry or

AP Physics

Senior Year

AP Biology or

AP Chemistry

AP Physics

*  H Chemistry may be taken concurrently with AP Environmental Science

 

ART

Freshman Year

D & P 1-2

Sophomore Year

D & P 3 – 4

Junior Year

D & P 5 – 6 or

AP Studio Art

Senior Year

AP Studio Art *can be taken twice

*  AP Studio Art taught concurrently  with D & P 3-4 or 5-6

 

HISTORY

Freshman Year

AP Human Geography

Sophomore Year

Modern World History (Reg. & Acc) or

AP World History

Junior Year

US History (H) or

AP US History

Senior Year

AP US Government

 

SPANISH

Freshman Year

Spanish 1 -2 or SSS 1 – 2

Sophomore Year

Spanish 3 – 4 or SSS 3 – 4

Junior Year

Spanish 5 -6 or

AP Spanish Language

Senior Year

AP Spanish Language

 

 

PSYCHOLOGY

Freshman Year

 

Sophomore Year

Psychology

Junior Year

Psychology or

Anatomy & Physiology or

AP Psychology

Senior Year

AP Psychology

 

AP CAPSTONE *

Sophomore or Junior Year

AP Seminar

Senior Year

AP Research

*Students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on four additional AP Exams of their choosing will receive the AP Capstone Diploma™.

*Students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research will receive the AP Seminar and Research Certificate™ signifying their attainment of college-level academic and research skills.

 

HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

Freshman Year

AP Human Geography or

Geography

Sophomore Year

Acc Modern World History or

AP World History

Junior  or  Senior Year

AP Human Geography

* Human Geography frosh year is recommended for Advanced Proficient students only. 

** Human Geography is an elective AP, so it can be taken at any grade level

Reg. = Regular/College Preparatory Classes

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