SUGGESTED AP COURSE SEQUENCES

(Includes courses intended to be offered through 2020-21)

By 2020-21, students will have 27 AP course options. This can be overwhelming for rising freshmen during the four year planning process as well as for upperclassmen considering taking AP for the first time. Whether you are a student striving to attain an AP Capstone Diploma or a student with an interest in a specific topic of study (such as science), below are OPTIONS to consider as you plan your course selections for the academic year. One of the best ways to work AP courses into your schedule is to take AP courses that fulfill graduation requirements. Talking with your family, teachers, and counselor will help you make the best choice of AP courses to meet your future goals. Another resource for exploring AP courses that are right for you is Find your Future from College Board.

Remember, any student at any grade may take an AP course if he/she has met the prerequisites (see course description).


 CAPSTONE DIPLOMA

  • 9th Grade - AP Human Geography
  • 10th Grade - 2nd AP Course of choice from any content area
  • 11th Grade - AP Seminar, 3rd AP Course of choice from any content area
  • 12th Grade - AP Research, 4th AP Course of choice from any content area

STEM

  • 9th Grade - AP Human Geography
  • 10th Grade - AP Science and/or AP Psychology
  • 11th Grade - AP Science and/or AP Math
  • 12th Grade - AP Math and/or AP Sceince and/or AP Computer Science (2020-21)

HUMANITIES

  • 9th Grade - AP Human Geography
  • 10th Grade - AP European History and/or AP World History (2020-21) and/or AP Environmental Science 
  • 11th Grade - AP English and/or AP Psycology and/or AP US History
  • 12th Grade - AP English and/or AP Gov and/or AP Economics

WORLD LANGUAGE

  • 9th Grade - AP Human Geography
  • 10th Grade - AP Psychology
  • 11th Grade - AP Gov and/or AP Economics
  • 12th Grade - AP World Language of choice

ARTS

  • 9th Grade - AP Human Geography
  • 10th Grade - AP Science and/or AP Psychology
  • 11th Grade - AP English and/or AP History
  • 12th Grade - AP Music Theory and/or AP Studio Art