Advanced Placement (AP)

 

The Advanced Placement Program, administered by The College Board of New York and taught at local high schools, allows students to participate in a college level course and possibly earn college credit while still in high school. Secondary schools and colleges cooperate in this program to give students the opportunity to show mastery in college-level courses.

WHAT:                  PSAT/SAT School-wide

WHO:                    Freshman, sophomore and junior students (PSAT)/Seniors (SAT)

WHEN:                 

WHY:                     Get your PSAT scores, learn how to interpret your scores and plan your next steps for AP classes and college.