Equity and Excellence
AP for All
What is the goal?
Every high school student will have access to Advanced Placement courses. New AP courses and preparatory courses will start in fall 2016, with 75 percent of students offered at least five AP classes by fall 2018. By fall 2021, students at all high schools will have access to a full slate of at least five AP classes, thereby increasing college and career readiness for all students.
What will we see this school year?
There will be new AP courses at 63 schools, including 31 that did not offer any last year. Teachers at these schools are also receiving rigorous, subject-specific training for all AP teachers.
Why register for college class in high school?
Learn with your current teachers in a supportive environment. Students do not pay for AP EXAMS. There are study sessions throughout the school year to help you prepare.
Students that take Advanced Placement Courses
Advanced Placement Courses Offered 2022-2023
Advanced Placement US History AP US History Mr. Segura, AP
Advanced Placement English Language and Composition AP English Language and Composition , Mr. Kassim
Advanced Placement Spanish Language and Culture, Ms. Morel
Advanced Placement French Language and Culture, Ms. Epstein
Advanced Placement Environmental Science, Mr. Russell
Testing Schedule for Students
AP4ALL Info Session
New York City Department of Education College Guides
Advanced Placement Team
ALL STUDENTS THAT ARE INTERESTED IN ADVANCED PLACEMENT CLASSES NEXT YEAR ARE INVITED TO ATTEND AN INFORMATION SESSION in April. Look back for Details.