• Fall 2020 Update and Resources:

    AP instruction being remote or in person may depend on the course the student is enrolled in. Assessements were made available online in Spring 2020. We anticipate a similar, but improved process for Spring 2021 - College Board. 

    APSI 2020 Resources: Professional Development workshops for teachers and coordinators; AP Course Offering: Course and Exam Pages; AP Classroom: 2020-21 curriculum resources, question bank and performance results to help target additional practice on specific content and skills; AP Teacher Resource Link; AP Course Audit Link; AP Coordinator Resource Part 1-2 Link

     

    Advanced Placement (AP) Coursework

     

    Advanced Placement (AP) offers 38 different courses in STEM, English, Social Science, Arts and World Languages.

     

    All High School students, grades 9-12, that aspires to challenge themselves with a rigorous college-level course and receive college credit or college placement.

     

    Students who take AP courses receive benefits such as showing colleges that they’re serious about their education and that they’re willing to challenge themselves with rigorous course work.

     

    85% of selective colleges and universities report that a student’s AP experience favorably impacts admission decisions.   

     

    Research shows that students who take AP courses and exams are much more likely than their peers to complete a college degree on time.

  • Gary E. Cooper, M.S.

    Director of Advanced Academics

    Gary_Cooper@dpsk12.org

    720.423.1237

     

    1860 Lincoln St.

    Denver, Colorado 80203

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