Advanced Placement (AP) courses are open to all students who are ready for rigourous, challenging learning opportunties. Students enrolled in an AP classes should be prepared to read and perform at a college level.
Many AP courses fulfill graduation requirements and college entrance requirements while preparing students to take the Advanced Placement exam in May. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in the AP exam; however, the AP exam is not a requirement of AP Courses.
You can find more information regarding Advanced Placement by visiting the AP Central Website, the Washington State OSPI Advanced Placement Website, or from your high school counselor.
Advanced Placement in Everett Public Schools
Advanced Placement enrollment and exam participation has grown in Everett PUblic Schools. The following documents provide enrollment numbers, exam numbers, and exam results.
- AP Enrollment - Number of students participating
- AP Enrollment - Number of classroom seats
- AP Exam Participation - Number of exams taken
- AP Exam Participation - Number of students taking exams
- AP Results - Number of qualifying scores
- AP Results - Percentage of qualifying scores
- AP Results - Mean scores by course
Working Toward College Graduation
By successfully meeting or exceeding standard on an exam, students may earn college credit in that subject area. Credits awarded vary with each university.
In many instances, college credit earned can help a student work toward college graduation and offeres a much less expensive option than paying full tuition later. To find more information about college credit awards for specific courses, you can visit the following links:
- University of Washington
- Western Washington University
- Washington State University
- Central Washington University
- Eastern Washington University
- Seattle Pacific University
- Pacific Lutheran University
- Gonzaga University
- Trinity Lutheran College
- University of Puget Sound
- Whitman College
- Everett Community College