• Advanced Placement (A.P.) Program

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    Advanced Placement (A.P.) is a program in the United States and Canada created by the College Board which offers college-level curricula and examinations to high school students. American colleges and universities may grant placement and course credit to students who obtain high scores on the examinations. All Oxford High School students who take an advanced placement course are required to take the advanced placement exam at the end of the school year. Advanced Placement courses are appropriate for students who have honed in on future career paths and want to explore content areas in depth as they relate to their career choices or who desire to develop deeper analytical, communication, and critical thinking skills.

      A.P. Course Descriptions

      • A.P. Seminar

      • A.P. Research

      • A.P. English 3 (Language and Composition)

      • A.P. English 4 (Literature and Composition)

      • A.P. 2-D Art

      • A.P. Music Theory

      • A.P. Statistics

      • A.P. Pre-Calculus

      • A.P. Calculus (AB)

      • A.P. Calculus (BC)

      • A.P. Computer Science Principles

      • A.P. French

      • A.P. Spanish

      • A.P. Biology

      • A.P. Chemistry

      • A.P. Physics C: Mechanics

      • A.P. Environmental Science

      • A.P. U.S. History

      • A.P. U.S. Government and Politics

      • A.P. European History

      • A.P. Human Geography

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