AP English Language (English 11) AP English Literature (English 12) AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC AP Statistics AP Computer Science AP Biology AP Chemistry *AP Environmental Science AP Physics I AP US History AP Government and Politics AP Psychology AP European History AP Seminar AP Research AP Spanish Language AP French Language AP Latin Literature *AP Engineering Computer Science
*Available for rising 9th grade students
Thinking about taking a AP course? Here are some things to consider:
planning on going to college after high school?
interested in increasing your eligibility for scholarships and to be more competitive in the college application process?
If you answered YES to the above two questions, then please consider that to be successful in an AP class you should be…
motivated, independent, and disciplined in your studies.
an enthusiastic and hard worker.
interested in pushing your limits, growing and gaining deeper knowledge.
willing to experience knowledge taught through higher level thinking skills
able to maintain balance in all areas of life even with the increased time commitment of AP.
willing to participate in AP prep sessions outside of school hours.
By taking an AP Course in Henrico County, you are committing to the following:
AP courses require a great level of time commitment.
summer work is often a requirement.
students experiencing difficulty in AP courses must seek additional assistance from their AP teacher.
students will not be permitted to drop an AP class prior to October 15th.
students dropping an elective AP class will be placed in a study hall.
dropping from a core academic AP class to an honors or college prep level class will be permitted based on space availability after October 15th and after the completion of the High School Drop/Add