Marymount Academy
 Academic Program

Advanced Placement

Purpose and Goals

Through AP courses, students who want to achieve at the highest level can earn advanced placement and university credits while still in high school. Pre-AP courses are the pathway for students interested in taking an AP course at the senior level and ultimately, prepare students to successfully pass the approved College Board exam.

Program Description

Grade 7 & 8 (Reach Ahead)

Selected students will take part in Reach Ahead activities. While in Grade 8, students can take part in Grade 9 classes.

Grade 9 & 10 (Pre-AP)

This program will include enrichment activities, group projects and discussions within the regular classroom.

Grades 11 & 12 (AP)

Students will continue with enrichment activities and tutorials with the teacher. There is a possibility of separate AP classrooms. In May, students write an examination from the College Board.

AP course offerings include: AP Calculus, AP English Literature and Composition and AP French Language and Culture

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