Advanced Placement (AP)


The AP Program gives students the opportunity to take first year college level courses while they are still in high school. AP courses are challenging and demanding. However, the rewards are many: smaller class size compared to post-secondary, complimentary use of textbook(s), and advanced credit and/or placement at participating colleges and universities throughout the world (depending on scores on AP exams). For more information about course content and pre-requisites, please contact the following AP teacher(s), see the attached AP Course Brochure, or read through our AP Parent Presentation below.

AP Parent Presentation 2022

AP Coordinator:  Shelley Brown (

Teachers Courses
Ms. B. Fordyce Studio Art 2-D & Studio Art 3-D
Ms. K. Lange Biology
Mr. S. Chang Calculus AB/BC
Mr. M. Sidney Chemistry
Ms. Y. Li Chinese Language & Culture
Ms. C. Clowers European History ; Culture
Ms. C. Wong English Literature & Composition
Ms C. Clowers European History
Mr. R. Riach Human Geography
Mr. C. Gammie Macroeconomics, Microeconomics
Mr. F. Fulop Physics 1, Physics 2
Mr. C. Stemo Psychology
Mr. D. Young Statistics