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Honors / AP Courses

Honors Courses

Honors courses offered within the English, Mathematics, Science, and Theology Departments are intended to challenge the academically talented and dedicated student. These courses involve an accelerated, in-depth approach to the subject matter and students are required to complete additional and/or more comprehensive assignments than those in the regular programs. To enroll in an honors course, students must meet the stated criteria and fulfill the prerequisites. Because of the additional course requirements, grades from honors courses are weighted in computing a students grade point average and rank in class.

Advanced Placement Courses

We offer 14 full credit Advanced Placement Courses that are college level courses offered to high school students. The content of the course and the rigor with which it is approached is the same as experienced on the college campus. A college text is used. Students enrolled in an AP course take the Advanced Placement examination conducted by the College Board in May. AP courses are offered within the Art, Computer, English, Language, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies Departments.

If the college of the student’s choice accepts Advanced Placement and if the student achieves an acceptable score on the AP exam, the college will grant credit for the course at no additional expense beyond the examination fee. Grades from Advanced Placement courses are weighted in computing a student’s grade point average and rank in class.

 Honors and Advanced Placement Courses

  • Honors Portfolio
  • Honors English 9
  • Honors English 10
  • Honors English 11
  • Advanced Placement Literature and Composition II
  • Honors Algebra 1
  • Honors Geometry
  • Honors Algebra II and Trigonometry
  • Honors Pre-Calculus
  • Advanced Placement Calculus AB
  • Honors Biology
  • Advanced Placement Biology I
  • Advanced Placement Biology II
  • Honors Chemistry
  • Advanced Placement Physics
  • Advanced Placement Chemistry I
  • Advanced Placement Chemistry II
  • Advanced Placement U.S. Government & Politics
  • Advanced Placement U.S. History I
  • Advanced Placement U.S. History II
  • Advanced Placement Psychology
  • Honors Theology 11
  • Advanced  Placement 2-D Art 
  • Advanced Placement Computer Science Principals
  • Advanced Placement Spanish Language and Culture