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AP Courses

Arizona Cultural Academy is now qualified to enroll students in Advanced Placement or AP Courses. AP Courses will be offered to students grades 8-12 in conjunction with their current courses and  have the option to enroll in and take additional classes for selected subjects during Bonus Hour. Enrolled students  are expected to be engaged in  advanced level of assignments, assesments, and activities. Students have the option to be tested for the subjects they are enrolled in.

The AP Program is run by the College Board  and allows students to take courses in high school and earn college credits or qualify for more advanced classes once they enter college. By taking AP courses and scoring successfully on related AP exams, students  have the opportunity for even more savings on college expenses.

For more information about AP Courses and Exams click here.

AP exams are usually given in the first two weeks of May. Plan ahead by checking out this year's exam schedule and other important AP dates: https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/takingtheexam/ap-calendar

AP Courses will be initiated for the following Courses in the 2018-2019 school year:

 

Subject

8th

9th

10th

11th

12th

Science

Environmental
Science

 

Biology

Chemistry

AP Physics C: Electricity & Magentism
AP Physics C: Mechanics

Math

 

 

 

 

AP Calculus
AB

English

 

 

English Language
Composition

 

 

History

 

Human
Geography

World History

United States
History

United States Government
& Politics

 

Credits Equivalency at ASU:

 

Exam Title

Min. Score
Required

Number of
Credits

Equivalent
Course

Biology

3

4 Bio 100
Calculus AB

3

4

MAT 270

Chemistry
4 4 CHM 113
English
Composition

4

3 -
Environmental
Science

4

3 SOS110
Human
Geography

4

3 GCU 102
Physics C:
Electricity & Magnetism

3

4 PHY 112, 114
Physics C:
Mechanics

3

4 PHY 111, 113
U.S Government & Politics

4

3 POS 110
U.S History

4

6 HST 109 & 110
World History

4

6 HST 100 & 101
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