Advanced Placement



 

 



WELCOME ADVANCED PLACEMENT STUDENTS AND PARENTS

Registration for Advanced Placement Exams
will take place in the Spring!

Please direct any questions to Katie Winsor at 303-387-9015.

Advanced Placement (AP) is a program of college-level courses and exams that gives high school students the opportunity to earn credit, advanced placement, or both, for college while still in high school. AP classes will be the most rigorous courses offered at Castle View High School and will receive a weighted grade.

AP exams are an essential part of the AP experience, enabling students to demonstrate their mastery of college level course work.  Depending on your score and on the college or university you will attend, you may either receive college credit or advanced placement in courses. This is a great opportunity to practice the skills necessary to prepare for and take a college level cumulative exam.

All related AP information will be available online.  It is extremely important that you become aware of this process.

Visit the links at the left for information regarding, supplies you will need, testing dates and times and location.

Thank you

AP Coordinator, Katie Winsor
katie.winsor@dcsdk12.org
(303)387-9015

AP Secretary, Val Peoples
val.peoples@dcsdk12.org
303-387-9014


Summer Assignments:

AP Language Summer Assignment Document

Abbreviated AP Literature Incoming Student Assigment Document


College Board AP Course and Exam Descriptions

Biology
Calculus AB & BC
Chemistry
Computer Science A

Computer Science Principles
English Language & Literature

Environmental Science
French Language & Culture
Human Geography

Japanese Language & Culture
Macroeconomics
Physics C
Psychology
Spanish Language & Literature
Statistics
Studio Art
US History
World History