NEW: AP Courses continue to expand in the Upper School
Bayview Glen has a long history of offering Advanced Placement (AP) courses to students in our Upper School. Coordinated by the College Board, AP courses allow students to study and sit exams on selected subjects at a first-year university level, while also earning credits towards their high school diploma. Not only do these courses offer students the opportunity to challenge themselves and explore subjects of special interest to them in greater depth, but many universities will grant advanced standing or transfer credits on the basis of a student’s results on their AP exams.
For the 2019-2020 academic year, Bayview Glen is introducing new two AP subject courses: Computer Science Principles and US History.
In addition, beginning in September of 2019, Bayview Glen will begin offering the exciting new AP Capstone programme. This two-year programme allows students to conduct in-depth, advanced research and problem-solving in a field of their own choosing guided by the classroom teacher and a subject-matter mentor, essentially completing a ‘mini-thesis’ over the course of their Grade 11 and 12 years. Students who successfully complete the two Capstone courses and also earn a level 3 or better on four additional AP examinations are awarded the AP Capstone Diploma.
The complete list of AP offerings at Bayview Glen is available in the Upper School course calendar, which can be accessed here, and further details about the College Board and the AP programme can be found at https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/.
For more information, contact Christopher Federico, Assistant Head, Academics at firstname.lastname@example.org