The Advanced Placement (AP) Program:
Is a cooperative educational endeavor of secondary schools, colleges, and the College Board. It consists of 29 college-level courses and examinations in 16 academic disciplines for highly motivated students in secondary schools. Many students report that they enjoy the challenge of the program; high school faculties find that AP courses greatly enhance students' confidence and academic interest; and college faculties find that these students are far better prepared for serious academic work.
Interested students may apply for entry. Teacher recommendation and a written screening process may be used for entry to some courses. A grade of an "A" or "B" in prerequisite courses may be required. Once enrolled in an AP course, a student must have parental permission to drop the class.
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