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    Advanced Academic Placement Program

     

    Pre-AP courses are offered at the 9th and 10th grade levels. Advanced Placement (AP) courses

    are classes offered in 11th and 12th grade. These courses are taught with higher-level content

    and achievement expectations than standard high school courses. Students who take and pass

    AP exams are eligible to receive college credit. The Texas Advanced Placement Incentive

    Program pays for a portion of each AP test, and additional aid is available to students with

    financial need. The AP Program is administered by the College Board.

     

    Dual Credit Program

     

    Students may also earn high school and college credit taking college-level courses for dual credit. 

    Students are not expected to pay college fees and tuition; however, they must pass a

    college-readiness test before enrolling. Contact Ms. Turner in E100.