The Pre-AP/AP Program is offered to further enhance students’ educational opportunities and to provide students a variety of challenging course options that will prepare them for college and other post-secondary endeavors.
Founded by the College Board, (AP) is a collaborative effort of school districts, high schools, and colleges & universities. Courses are designed to include the curriculum and types of assignments that are expected in corresponding college courses. At the conclusion of each AP course, a standardized exam is administered to students. Many colleges and universities award college credit to students based on their exam performance.
At our middle schools, Pre-AP courses in mathematics and English are offered. All students who participate in these courses (as well as parents/guardians) need to fill out the appropriate forms. PreAP English Parent Notification and PreAP Math Parent Notification
In addition, at the high schools, Pre-AP courses include:
- English I, II, III
- French III
- Spanish II, III
- German III
- Algebra II
- Biology I
- Oklahoma History
Currently the district offers more than 25 AP courses. A complete listing can be found in the 2015-16 High School Course Descriptions Manual.
All students who participate in Pre-AP or AP course should fill out an AP Student Acknowledgment Form.
Effect On Grades
Class ranking computations for students participating in the AP program will use the following weighted GPA scale for all AP classes:
A = 5.0
B = 4.0
C = 3.0
D = 2.0
F = 0.0
For purposes of valedictorian and salutatorian selection the (4.0) grading scale is utilized.
Additional information regarding the Pre-AP/AP program may be obtained by contacting a counselor or the principal at your child’s school.