AP Information

The Advanced Placement (AP) program gives students the opportunity to participate in a college-level course to enrich their education and possibly earn college credit while still in high school. With this program, students are given the opportunity by Colleges and Universities to show mastery of college-level courses through an exam at the end of the school year. In addition, they can earn an extra 0.04 points per credit hour to the weighted version of their GPA.

Advanced Placement Course Offerings

What is Advanced Placement?

  • AP courses are college level course offered in high school and reflect what is taught in top introductory college courses.
  • Students take AP exams in early May to measure their mastery of college work. A score of 3 or higher on an AP exam can typically earn students college credit and/or placement into advanced courses in college. Check with your future college of choice to assess their individual AP acceptance requirements.
  • AP courses provide students with an opportunity to explore topics in depth, to do this, there is an expectation that students will spend more time engaging with course content outside of traditional classroom hours.
  • Students routinely engage in higher levels of critical thinking, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of evidence from multiple perspectives.
  • Additional information about the AP program can be found here

AP Students 2016-2017 Summer Work/Info

SFMHS AP Summer Work/Boot Camp Information

Not sure which AP classes you have committed to for next year, click on the document here to see the full list of students and their AP Enrollment Student List.pdf 

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Locate your course below and click on the appropriate link to access your summer assignment or Syllabus

Course Title Teacher Email Summer Assignment
AP Biology Wilkie Email

AP Biology Summer Boot Camp

AP Biology Boot Camp Letter

AP Science Boot Camp RSVP Survey

AP Biology Alternative Assignment

AP Calculus Rondon Email AP Calculus Summer Assignment
AP Chemistry Zukowski Email

AP Chemistry Summer Boot Camp

AP Biology Boot Camp Letter

AP Science Boot Camp RSVP Survey

AP Chemistry Alternative Summer Assignment

AP Economics Gruhn Email None
AP English Composition Edwins Email AP Language and Composition Summer Assignment
AP English Literature Kasenow Email AP Literature Summer Assignment

AP Environmental Science

Morris Email

AP Environmental Science Boot Camp

AP Biology Boot Camp Letter

AP Science Boot Camp RSVP Survey

AP Environmental Science Alternative Assignment 

Tragedy of the Commons (Alternative Reading Assignment)

AP Human Geography Barritt Email None
AP Music Theory Mayer Email None
AP Physics TBA None
AP Psychology Ferrante Email AP Psychology Summer Assignment

AP Seminar

AP Research

Wilkie

Bolleen

Email

Email

AP Seminar Summer Assignment
AP Spanish Bello-Ras Email None
AP Spanish Literature Bello-Ras Email None
AP Statistics Fox Email AP Stats Summer Assignment
AP US Government Dutton Email None 
AP US History Ordowski Email

AP US History Summer Assignment

AP World History Holderfield Email

AP World History Summer Assignment

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