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Advanced Placement

Last Updated: 5/13/2020 1:31 PM

Dr. Michael Manzella
Director, Curriculum MS/HS (6-12)


Cherokee County High Schools offer a variety* of Advanced Placement courses. AP Courses are some of the most rigorous courses offered in the high school setting, because they are college level courses taught by specially trained high school teachers. By taking these courses, students further develop skills such as critical thinking and time management, along with improved study habits. All of which prepare them for success in college.  An additional benefit of AP courses is that students are also able to earn college credit by earn the specified scores on the AP Exams that are administered at the end of each school year.

English AP Language and CompositionAP Literature and Composition Social Studies AP Comparative Government and PoliticsAP European History AP Human Geography AP Macroeconomics AP Microeconomics AP Psychology AP United States Government and Politics AP United States History AP World History
Mathematics    &     Computer Science AP Calculus ABAP Calculus BC AP Statistics       AP Computer Science A AP Computer Science Principles  
Science AP BiologyAP Chemistry AP Environmental Science AP Physics 1 AP Physics 2 AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism AP Physics C: Mechanics   Fine Arts AP Studio Art: 2D DesignAP Studio Art: Drawing AP Music Theory
World Language AP French Language and CultureAP Latin AP Spanish Language and Culture AP Spanish Literature and Culture Capstone AP Seminar

*Not all courses listed are offered at each high school.

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