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Pre-AP and AP Program

Any student may enroll in Pre-Advanced Placement (Pre-AP) courses if they meet the designated prerequisites.

The Advanced Placement (AP) is a program developed and overseen by the College Board. This program is a cooperative educational endeavor among secondary schools, colleges and universities. It allows high school students to undertake college-level academic learning in AP courses. It also affords them the opportunity to show that they have mastered the advanced material by taking AP exams at the end of the course. Scores range from 1- 5. A score of 3 or higher on an AP exam can typically earn students college credit and/or placement into advanced courses in participating colleges and universities. 

Explore AP and Big Future are two sites within College Board that can help students and parents make informed decisions about which classes to take.

AP courses, offered at Broken Arrow Public Schools in grades 10-12, make substantial academic demands on students. Students are required to do outside reading and complete other assignments as well, demonstrating the analytical skills and writing ability expected of first-year students in strong college programs. 

Please email Tracy Green at tagreen@baschools.org for questions about the high school AP program

AP Capstone Diploma 

Students who take AP Seminar & AP Research and earn scores of 3 or higher in both courses and on four additional AP exams of their choosing will receive the AP Capstone Diploma. This signifies their outstanding academic achievement and attainment of college-level academic and research skills.

AP Credit Policy Search

AP Scholar Awards

AP Courses offered at High School

Examinations and Scores

Upcoming AP exam information

National Guidelines