The Advanced Placement (AP) program is a cooperative educational endeavour between high schools, and universities. AP courses allow high school students to experience university-level academic learning in addition to Alberta curriculum. Through the experiences gained in AP courses, students are better prepared for the rigors of university life.
Students who complete an AP course scoring four to five on a five-point scale are able to receive university advanced placement (skip that corresponding course) and are often eligible to receive credit for that corresponding university course from any Canadian university and many American and international colleges and universities.
The availability of AP courses reflects the district’s committment to the maximize students’ access to rigorous and academically challenging courses and programs. All students who are willing to accept the challenge of a rigorous academic curriculum are given consideration for admission to AP courses.
Students who wish to enrol in AP courses can choose from one subject to several based on their interests and prerequisite grades. Contact any of the Advanced Placement high schools listed below for further information.
4624 Richard Road SW
Courses offered (Grades 10 -12): Biology, Chemistry, Calculus AB, Psychology, Physics B
Todd Davis, AP Coordinator
111 Haddon Road SW
Courses offered (Grades 10 -12): Studio Art, Biology, Calculus AB, Chemistry, Physics B, English Literature and Composition, European History, French Language, Spanish Language
Susan Herron, AP Chair
5700 Falconridge Blvd. NE
Courses offered (Grades 10 - 12): Art, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, English Literature, English Language, European History, Statistics
Nicole Lisafeld, AP Curriculum Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org / (403) 500-2091 ext. 466
11900 Country Village Link NE
Courses offered (Grades 10 -12): Math, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English and Social Studies
877 Northmount Drive. NW
Courses offered (Grades 10 -12): English Literature, English Language, European History, Calculus AB and BC, Biology, Chemistry, Physics B, French Language, French Literature, and Art