Advanced Placement (AP) Tests

  • In May of each year, students in Advance Placement (AP) classes students take the AP exam(s). Students who score at the 3, 4 or 5 level may be able to earn college credit for these courses taken in the high school. Policies for credit differ from college to college, so take care to check college admissions and credit policies.

    Advanced Placement courses are college-level courses offered by trained high school teachers in the regular high school setting. AP courses guarantee rigor in our classrooms. The high school teachers who offer AP courses are trained by The College Board to offer the course at a college-level and have a syllabus approved by The College Board. AP courses are challenging and require significant study time on a daily basis. Assessments in these classes require sophisticated critical thinking skills.

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  • Contact:
    Mr. Kevin Strickland
    Coordinator of Instructional Technology and Testing Assessment
    Greene County School System
    Phone: (706) 453-7688 ext. 2085