Advanced Placement (AP)

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    Advanced Placement (AP) is a program of college-level courses taught in the high school setting by high school teachers. All AP courses have been approved by College Board, and provide students with the opportunity to seek advanced coursework leading to advanced placement and/or college credits through successful completion of a College Board AP examinations. All students taking and passing AP courses are expected to take the AP examination unless they follow the opt-out process. The purposes for taking an AP course are to learn a subject in greater depth, to develop analytical reasoning skills, and to develop disciplined study habits appropriate for continued success at the college level. Compared with regular high school courses, AP courses are more demanding, requiring more time and work outside of the school day, including the summer prior to the start of a course. Research shows, students that complete AP classes are better prepared for the demands of college.

    Schools determine which Advanced Placement courses will be offered based on the needs of their students. Advanced Placement courses and examinations are available in the following areas:

Contact Us

  • Phone: 470-254-6811
    Fax:      470-254-1244

Available Courses

  • Mathematics

    • Calculus (AB/BC)
    • Statistics


    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Environmental Science
    • Physics 1
    • Physics 2
    • Physics C Electricity and Magnetism
    • Physics C Mechanics

    Computer Science

    • Computer Science A
    • Computer Science AB


    • Art History
    • Studio: Drawing Portfolio
    • Studio: 2D Design
    • Studio: 3D Design

Available Courses (Cont.)

  • Language Arts

    • Language and Composition
    • Literature and Composition

    Social Studies

    • Economics (Macro/Micro)
    • European History
    • US Government and Politics
    • Comparative Government and Politics
    • Human Geography
    • Psychology
    • US History
    • World History

    World Language

    • French
    • Latin
    • Spanish
    • Chinese


    • Music Theory
  • * Statistics Music
    * Music Theory

    All AP exams (except Studio Art and Music Theory) contain both multiple choice and free response questions that require essay writing, problem-solving and other skills. In Studio Art, students submit portfolios of their work instead of taking an examination. In Music Theory, a competency examination in music theory is given.