College Board

Advanced Placement Program

  • AP English Literature:      Jennifer Randolph
    AP Statistics:                   Dustin Ledford
    AP Calculus AB:             Claude Cadet
    AP Calculus BC:             Claude Cadet
    AP Human Geography:     Nick Kaye
    AP World History:           Joseph Kaye
    AP US History:                Jessica Hendricks
    AP US Government:         Daniel Soto
    AP Psychology:               Jessica Hendricks
    AP Biology:                   Giselle Henriquez
    AP Chemistry:                Lucia Aguiar
    AP Studio Art:                Stephanie Flis
    AP Spanish Language:     Christel Williams
    AP Computer Principles:  Claude Cadet
     
     
  • ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP)

    Parents and students, LaBelle High School is pleased to be working with the College Board and The Florida Partnership for Minority and Underrepresented Student Achievement to offer more Advanced Placement (AP) courses to students at LaBelle High School.  The Florida Partnership is committed to excellence and equity in education and strives to bring such opportunities to schools and students.  Together we can achieve academic success and provide greater opportunities for our students. 

    AP provides students with rich course material, classroom discussions, and demanding assignments. AP courses will help your child develop the content mastery and critical thinking skills expected of college students. By participating in AP, your child is given the chance to earn college credit and to stand out in the college admissions process.  

    ·        Full Course description and requirements can be accessed via http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/courses/teachers_corner/index.html.

    ·        Enrollment in an AP class requires completion of a summer assignment via the Blackboard online program prior to the start of the school year.

     
     

    WHY PARTICIPATE IN AP?

    Gain the Edge in College Preparation

    ·    Get a head start on college-level work

    ·    Improve your writing skills and sharpen your problem-solving techniques

    ·     Develop the study habits necessary for tackling rigorous course work

    ·    Save Money

    Stand Out in the College Admissions Process

    ·   Demonstrate your maturity and readiness for college

    ·   Show your willingness to take the most vigorous courses available to you

    ·   Emphasize your commitment to academic excellence

    Broaden Your Intellectual Horizons

    ·   Explore the world from a variety of perspectives, most importantly your own

    ·   Study subjects in greater depth and detail

    ·   Assume the responsibility of reasoning, analyzing, and understanding for yourself

    Improve Your High School Test Scores

    EOC, ACT,  SAT,   PERT


    Note:  information about AP courtesy of www.collegeboard.com

     
  • Advanced Placement  (AP) Exams 2016

    May 2  am session: Chemistry  

                pm session: Psychology

    May 3   am session: Spanish Language and /Culture

                pm session: Art History
     
    May 4  am session:  English Literature and Composition 
     
    May 5   am session:  Calculus  

    May 6  am session: US History

                Studio Art portfolio deadline

    May 9 am session: Biology and Music Theory

                pm session: Physics

    May 10 am session: US Government and Politics

                 pm session: French Language and Culture         

    May 11 am session:  English Language and Composition                       

    May 12 am session: World History

                pm session:  Statistics

    May 13 am session Human Geography