Advanced Placement
AP Courses
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**Click HERE to learn more about AP Courses & Exams**


What is Advanced Placement (AP):

  • The AP Program provides students with the opportunity to take college level courses while in high school.

Benefits of Advanced Placement:

Students enrolled in AP Courses:

  • Earn college credit or skip introductory courses in college

  • Get familiar with college-level work, and boost confidence

  • Develop college skills such as time management, critical thinking, and scholarly writing

  • Discover your passion

  • Studying a subject in depth can help develop new insights and interests in careers

CMS AP Course Offerings:

Every CMS High School offers 10 Core AP Courses (click on the course name for more information):


(Click on the course name for more information)

Arts

Sciences

World Languages

Social Studies/History

Math & Computer Science

Interdisciplinary

 


 

 

 

 

Helpful Resources/Links:

*Reach out to your school to learn more about your school’s Advanced Placement Program and course offerings.


Contact: Latisha Hensley, Advanced Studies Specialist  - latisha.hensley@cms.k12.nc.us


P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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