What is the Advance Placement (AP) Program

  • This program allows strong high school students the opportunity to prepare independently to write formal examination that could count as a credit at many Canadian Universities or American Colleges. AP examinations are often a requirement for admission to American Schools along with the SATs. These test are created by the College Board.


Canadian Universities that recognize AP

Eligibility

  • Any student who is willing to dedicate the time to prepare of the exam under the premise that the exam is set for a level equivalent to first year University


E
xaminations Available


Examination Dates


Contacts

  • AP Coordinator: Mr. Martin,  blake.martin@ugdsb.on.ca
  • Computer Science: Mr. Kaune
  • English Literature and Composition (fiction):  Mr. Card, Ms. Yurick, Ms Richards 
  • English Language and Composition (non fiction):  Mr. Card, Ms. Yurick, Ms Richards
  • Environmental Science, Biology: Mr. Staines
  • History (European, World, American): Mr. Card 
  • French Language and Culture: Ms. Walpole, Ms. Gomes
  • Spanish Language and Culture: Ms. Manno
  • Music: Ms Hobbs
  • Studio Art: Ms. Silverstone


Resources


Fees

  • See page 2 of the "Bulletin for AP Students and Parents"
  • $94 USD which is currently approximately $125 CAD


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