AP Calculus

The AP Calculus AB course is comparable to the first semester of college calculus and can be taken in the junior or senior year.  The class covers the AP Calculus AB curriculum.  To receive college credit, students will need to register for and pass the AP exam in May.  For students who take and pass the Calculus AB exam with a score of 3 or higher as juniors, Calculus BC is available through the Four Lakes Network in the Distance Learning Lab. 
For more information about the AP Calculus class, please see Mrs. Schullo.

Course Sequence

The typical course sequence for a student would be:
Algebra I (2 terms)
Geometry (2 terms)
Algebra II (2 terms)
Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry (2 terms)
Advanced Placement Calculus AB (3 terms)
Advanced Placement Calculus BC (Year long through Four Lakes Distance Learning Network)*
*Students must pass the AP Calculus AB Exam wtih a 3 or higher to be eligable to take AP Calculus BC.

Student Resources

The College Board provides students with resources for English Literature and Composition and English Language and Composition.  Use the drop down menu on the left for specific topics under each course.
Calculus AB

HippoCampus is a resource for homework help.  Students can browse the lessons here for tutorials and practice work.

Khan Academy is another resource for helping students review concepts and practice their skills.  Use the selection menus to go to the Calculus section.

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Feb 7, 2011, 9:33 AM