Pre-AP courses are on-grade level academically advanced courses designed to challenge motivated students to understand rigorous content. The coursework requires students to engage in independent and analytical assignments and to think at higher levels. Watson offers Pre-AP courses in English, math, science, and social studies. Pre-AP middle school courses are designed to prepare students for high school Pre-AP and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. AP courses are college-level courses taught in a high school setting. At the end of each high school AP course an AP Exam is given. Qualifying scores on the AP exams can enable students to receive college credit and/or advanced standing at a university or college.
- What Pre-AP courses are available at Watson for the current school year?
- Are there entry criteria for enrolling in Pre-AP courses?
- How many Pre-AP courses should a student take?
- Must a student take Pre-AP courses in order to be prepared for college?