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Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement, commonly referred to as AP, is a program that offers high school students the chance to receive university credit for their work during high school.  AP courses follow a syllabus developed by the College Board and aim to prepare students for the AP Exam.

Students have a variety of advanced placement (AP) courses available to them.  These courses are designed for highly motivated students who demonstrate strength in a particular curricular area.  AP courses provide more challenging course work and the opportunity to take a final examination in May that can lead to college credit.

Crestwood offers the following Advanced Placement Courses

AP Biology
AP Calculus
AP Chemistry
AP Economics - Micro/Micro
AP Environmental Science
AP French
AP Government
AP Human Geography
AP Language and Literature
AP Literature and Composition
AP Seminar - Capstone
AP Spanish
AP Statistics
AP U.S. History
AP World History

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