What is an Advanced Placement course?
An AP Course is a college level course taught in high schools throughout the country. College Board establishes the curriculum content, and students take a year-end exam. Lassiter High School has many AP course offerings taught by LHS teachers.
Why is it important to take an Advanced Placement course while in high school?
- An AP course offers a unique learning experience. Students have access to AP Classroom Resources provided by College Board.
- Students who take an AP course have a competitive advantage when applying to colleges and universities.
- Students may qualify for college credit.
- Students can earn an extra 1.0 Quality Point towards the Lassiter High School weighted GPA.
What are the AP course offerings at LHS?
Lassiter High School currently offers 30 AP courses. 40% of the student body take AP exams, and approximately 90% score a three or higher.
|English and AP Capstone
|Math and Computer Science
|History and Social Sciences
|Art and World Languages
Learn more about these AP courses
For more information regarding the AP Program, please call 678-494-7863 or email Kelli Price, the AP Coordinator