Inspire School of Arts & Sciences is proud to participate in the Advanced Placement program. The Advanced Placement (AP) program is owned by CollegeBoard and they have very specific guidelines that are required of all the participating schools around the country, including the cost, dates and times of the exams. The AP program is meant to be a standardized measure of a student’s knowledge base in specific content areas. It is also intended to provide high school students with an opportunity to experience a college level curriculum. Research strongly supports the hypothesis that a college-like experience in high school leads to greater success in college as measured by GPA, years to complete college, and college completion.
Inspire School of Arts & Sciences offers the following AP courses;
AP Calculus AB AP Spanish Language and Culture
AP United States History AP Biology
AP English Language & Composition AP English Literature & Composition
AP United States Government & Politics AP Music Theory
There are many benefits to participating in the AP program. It is our position that every student needs to assess his academic status and academic goals and balance these with personal priorities. We encourage all students to pursue rigorous and challenging high school curricula that will allow them to grow towards their potential and make them stronger candidates when applying to college.