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AP/Honors/College Credit

Advanced Placement Courses
Students must complete both semesters of the AP course and take the AP exam to receive the AP designation on their transcript. These grades are weighted.

Art–2D/3D
Art History
Biology
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
Chemistry
Computer Science A
Economics–Macro/Micro
English Language
English Literature
European History

Environmental Science
French 
Music Theory
Physics C
Physics 1
Psychology
Spanish 
Statistics
US Government & Politics
U.S. History
World History

Advance Placement Results
Percentages based on scores of 3 or higher

 Subject  2013-2014  2014-2015  2015-2016 
 Art History  60%  not offered   87% 
 Biology  94%  75%  80%
 Calculus AB  42%   43%   40% 
 Calculus BC  70%  70%  79%
 Chemistry  73%   75%   56% 
 Chinese  100%  not offered  not offered
 Comp. Science  100%   not offered  not offered
 English Language
 82%  66%   57% 
 English Literature  85%  87%  76%
 Environmental Science  30%  92%   not offered
 European History  50%  65%  22%
 French Language  83%   not offered  not offered
 Macroeconomics  not offered  76%  50% 
 Physics  not offered  not offered  69%
 Psychology  92%   81%  85%
 Spanish Language  96%  100%  50%
 Statistics  55%  33%   41% 
 Studio Art Drawing  83%  not offered  not offered
 Studio Art 2D & 3D  74%  not offered  66%
 U.S. History  68%  91%   63%
 World History  47%  51%  51%
 Total Exams  467  396  418

Overall percentage of exams passed with a 3 or higher in 2016: 57% of 418 exams.
We recommend that students take no more than three Advanced Placement classes per year.

 Honors Courses 
9th and 10th Grade
   Algebra II
   American Government
   Biology
   Chemistry 
   English 9
   Geography
   Geometry
   Pre-Calculus
   Spanish 

College Credit 
Students can earn college credit from CU Succeeds, Red Rocks Community College and others.  Offerings and courses are subject to change.  Please check with your counselor for details. Students registering for college credit in the courses listed will do so through their classroom teacher.  The student will be required to set up a student account through the higher institution and complete the registration and payment on their own.  The deadlines for registration are typically early in each semester.

  • Pre-Calculus
  • Honors Pre-Calculus
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP Calculus BC
  • InferentialProbability &   Stats
  • Multivariate Calculus Honors
  • Differential Calculus 
    Honors
  • Sociology

 

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