Advanced Placement (AP) Program
Advanced Placement Requirements
  • Recommended GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Recommended grade of C or better in equivalent subject from the previous year
  • Teacher, AP coordinator and administrative approval
  • Pre-requisite requirements for all subjects
  • Scores to be reviewed for ACT, PLAN, PSAT, etc.
  • Gifted, Great Scholars, and Honors sections placement based on program assignment
Advanced Placement Offerings
  • Mathematics
    • Statistics
    • Calculus AB
    • Calculus BC
  • Science
    • Biology II
    • Chemistry II
    • Physics 1 – Algebra-based
    • Physics C: Mechanics
    • Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism
    • Environmental Science
  • English
    • English Language and Composition (11th grade)
    • English Literature and Composition (12th grade)
  • Social Studies
    • Human Geography
    • US Government and Politics
    • US History
    • European History
    • Psychology
  • Other
    • Computer Science Principles
    • Computer Science A
    • Drawing
    • 2-D Art & Design
    • 3-D Art & Design
    • Music Theory II

Woodlawn Prep Coursework

  • Offer the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school
  • Earn credit in an AP class on high school transcript; college credit/placement based on AP exam scores (not necessarily a grade on college transcript)
  • Courses are two semesters (1 year) long with the AP exam at the end of the course
  • Exposure to college level classes during high school; better prepared for college with a smoother transition to college after graduation
  • Most colleges grant AP credit/placement based on AP exam scores
Great Scholars Academy