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AP Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement (AP) courses are available to students starting their freshman year. There are no prerequisites for students to take an AP course.

AP courses are created by a college board to be at the same rigor as a college level course.
Students do not automatically receive college credit, they must take an AP exam for each course that is conducted in the first 2 weeks of May.
Parents are responsible for the fees associated with an AP Exam. Students must do well on the AP exam in order to receive college credit.
College boards will send test scores to the university the student attends in order for the student to receive credit.

iTEC generally offers

Advanced Placement (AP) and Pre-AP level classes courses in English, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science

Students must attain a grade of 80 or higher in order to receive the AP designation on their transcripts and will receive 10 extra points towards their final grade point averages (GPA’s).
*Students are expected to take the corresponding AP Exam in May according to the College Board dates regardless of the policies of any college that those students may plan to attend.
In the class of 2016 there were 3 students who were recognized by college board as being an AP scholar for their scores on their AP exams. 1 student was recognized as an AP Scholar with distinction.