Advanced Placement Guides

Advanced Placement Program

Advanced Placement Program (AP)                                                                                                                                 

The AP curriculum that Immaculate offers is administered by the College Board and consists of standardized high school courses that are equivalent to undergraduate college courses. All AP instructors are certified through the College Board.

Courses are designed to prepare high school students for college level rigor. Immaculate offers AP courses in the traditional classroom setting which include: AP English Language and Composition, AP Literature  and Composition, AP Seminar, AP Calculus AB, AP Statistics, AP US History, AP Government and Politics, AP Psychology, AP Macroeconomics, AP European History, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics Part 1, AP Physics Part 2, AP French Language, AP Spanish Language, AP Studio Art: Drawing. Immaculate collaborates with Virtual High School allowing the school to potentially offer virtual on-line AP courses. All AP classes have prerequisites that must be met for students to participate in the class.
See our Programs of Study for more pre-requisite information.

Dual Enrollment Program The dual enrollment program provides students the opportunity to enroll in a college course and earn college credit while in high school. Immaculate High School dual enrollment instructors qualify as adjunct professors for the university providing course credit. Currently, our dual enrollment program partners with Western Connecticut State University (Calculus A/B), Quinnipiac University (Graphic Design), and University of Connecticut (US History, Macroeconomics, Biology, Physics I, Physics II, and Chemistry).

Important Information to consider if you are thinking about taking an Advanced Placement or Dual Enrollment Course

Keys To Success In AP/Dual Enrollment Classes