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Challenge Yourself Next School Year: Take an AP Class!
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Tuesday, January 30, 2018
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Heritage students, why not decide to get the most out of your high school education by taking an Advanced Placement class this year?  AP Classes are college level courses taught in high school.  Our AP teachers are specially trained to deliver college level content to students.  Students have the option of taking an AP Exam at the end of the school year.  Students who score high enough on the AP Exam earn college credit for the course.  Research shows that students who take AP courses are better prepared and more successful in college, no matter how they score on AP Exams (if they decide to take AP Exams).  AP courses can also help students boost their ACT and SAT scores.

CLICK HERE to learn more about Advanced Placement.

Advanced Placement Courses offered at Heritage High School:

  • AP English Literature and Composition taught by Tara Tollett
  • AP Language and Composition taught by Debbie Cosby
  • AP Studio Art:  2-D Design taught by Lindsay Wells
  • AP U.S. History taught by Darlene Lane
  • AP World History taught by Kevin Trobaugh
  • AP U.S. Government and Politics taught by Darlene Lane
  • AP Microeconomics taught by Kevin Trobaugh
  • AP Calculus AB taught by Karen Wolfe
  • AP Statistics taught by Ellen Lann
  • AP Biology taught by Terri Bicknell
  • AP Chemistry taught by Kim Hayen
  • AP Environmental Science taught by Kim Hayen
  • AP Physics I: taught by Mike Buckler
  • AP Spanish taught by Susanna Taylor
  • AP Psychology taught by Jeremy Wynne
  • AP Human Geography taught by Natalie Atwell

Other AP Courses are available for students through computer based instruction in the APEX lab or through Georgia Virtual School.  Contact the guidance department for more information.  Click here for a complete list of AP courses offered by the College Board.

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