1. What is AP
Advanced Placement is a program run by the College Board that allows you to take distinct high school courses that can earn you college credit and/or qualify you for more advanced classes when you begin college. The AP Program offers university-level courses and exams that you can take in high school.
Please consult university website for Canadian Universities. For US universities, use this tool to find colleges you’re interested in and see what you could earn with AP.
2. Why AP
Taking AP courses in high school could give you an advantage in university/college by letting you:
Your AP score could earn you college credits before you even set foot on campus.
Your AP score can let you skip introductory courses in college.
Earning credit or placement can open up time on your schedule or even let you graduate early in university.
“AP” on your high school transcript shows colleges you have tackled college-level work.
Use this tool to see which AP courses can help you on the path to specific careers or college majors.
3. What AP subjects are offered at WHS?
AP courses are scheduled 45 minutes daily classes from September to May until the AP exams during regular school days. Our flexible balanced schedule allows you to take AP courses and finish the Ontario Secondary school Diploma at the same time.
Please contact us for course timetables and availability.