AP Classes

What are AP classes?

AP stands for Advanced Placement. The AP Program offers college-level courses and exams that you can take in high school. Taking AP courses in high school could give you an advantage in college by letting you:

  • Skip introductory courses 
  • Stand out on applications
  • Experience college-level coursework
Research shows that students who take one or two AP classes during high school are better prepared for college and earn higher college grades than those students who do not take an AP class during high school. Because these are rigorous courses, there is an application process that needs to be completed by Friday, March 5 for your counselor to review. 
 
For more information visit CollegeBoard’s AP page
 
What do other students think?

Students' perspectives video

 
AP class descriptions & prerequisites:
 
AP classes offered at HHS:
AP Literature - Nicole Kanevideo
AP Language - Kat Podlesnikvideo
AP Chemistry - Anna Reuter - video
AP Calculus - Brenda Appleton - video
AP Government - Aaron Davisvideo
Advanced US History - Rich Harshberger - video
AP Studio Art - Nici Silvervideo
AP Music Theory - Jordan Bemrose - video
AP Spanish - Troy Blackburn - video
AP Computer Science - Robert Theriault - video

AP Physics - Philip Lusted - video

Apply for an AP Class
Applications for the 2021-2022 school year are due Friday, March 5

Apply HERE

Virtual AP Student and Parent Night
Get your questions answered on Monday, March 1 from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Meet links posted here for each AP class