AP, Honors and Concurrent Coursework

AP 2013 Crown

Advanced Placement and Concurrent Opportunities

 

Who Teaches It?

Where Is It Taught?

High School Credits

College Credits

Enrollment Requirements

How Does It Figure Into My GPA?

What Does It Cost?

 

Concurrent Enrollment Courses

CHS Teachers

CHS

Credits given in the subject area of the course on a 4.0 scale

Credits given upon successful completion of course and paperwork through the college

Proficient in all areas of ITEDs (41st percentile) as required by Iowa Senior Plus Legislation

Will be figured as a regular course on a 4.0 scale

Nothing

Advanced Placement (A.P.) Courses

CHS Teachers

CHS

Credits given in the subject area of the course on a 5.0 scale. Transcript will say Honors if they don’t take the AP Exam.

Colleges may award credit or advanced standing based on test score (typically the score must be at least at 3 on a 5 point scale)

Consideration of grades, ITED scores, attendance, and commitment level

Will be figured on a 5.0 scale (A=5.0, B=4.0, C=3.0,

D=1.0)

$87 dollars to take each national AP exam

* Students should always check with the specific college and specific program of choice to verify if the college credits will transfer for college credit.

* Students must request a transcript from Ashford or Clinton Community College for review at the college of their choice, in order to be awarded college credit.

 Please contact the CHS counseling office if you have any questions about  Honors. Advanced Placement or Concurrent Enrollment courses

Click here for more information on Advanced Placement classes.

Click here for more information on Concurrent Enrollment classes.