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Advanced Placement/ Honors / Middle College

AP Information Night is January 9th @ 6pm in the Cafeteria!
 
 
All students who plan to take any AP or Honors courses for the 2017-2018 school year must complete a Commitment Form and attend the mandatory lunch meetings. Commitment Forms require student, parent, and teacher signatures. Commitment Forms are due in Student Services Center by February 8th. Students may make changes to their class schedule until the end of May 2017.
 
Lunch Meeting Schedule
 
Monday 1/30: 
AP Psychology- Cafeteria
AP Art- Room 10
AP Spanish- Room 74
AP French- Room 27
AP Chemistry- Room 62
 
Tuesday 1/31:
AP Lit- Room 58
AP Lang- Library
English 2 Honors- Cafeteria
Ap Biology- Room 64
 
Wednesday 2/1: No School
 
Thursday 2/2:
AP Calculus AB- Cafeteria
AP Calculus BC- Cafeteria
 
Friday 2/3:
AP US History- Room 32
AP World History- Room 31
AP Gov/Econ- Cafeteria
AP Physics 2- Room 65
 
Monday 2/6:
AP Computer Science- Room 38
AP Environmental Science- Room 60
AP Statistics- Cafeteria
AP Physics 1- Room 65
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AP Courses Offered at

Westmont HS


English

AP Literature (12)    AP Language (11)


Mathematics

AP Calculus AB        AP Calculus BC

AP Statistics      

AP Computer Science


Science

AP Physics 1         AP Physics 2

AP Chemistry        AP Biology

AP Environmental Science


Social Science

AP Government      AP U.S. History

AP World History         AP Psychology


World Languages

AP French AP Spanish

 
 

 Myth

Reality

AP courses are for students who always get good grades.

AP courses are for any students who are academically prepared and motivated to take college-level courses.

AP courses are too stressful.

It's no secret that AP courses are challenging. But the support you receive from your classmates and teachers can help you manage the work load.

I don't think I will score high enough on the AP Exam to get college credit.

You don’t need to score a 5. Many colleges grant credit — and placement as well — based on a 3 or higher on an AP Exam.

Taking AP courses could hurt my GPA.

Students who take AP courses and earn a C- or higher will receive an additional GPA point.  Taking AP courses shows colleges that you’re willing to challenge yourself academically.

I can’t take AP because no one has recommended me.

If you think you’re ready to take an AP course, then you’re ready to advocate for yourself — just talk to a teacher or counselor.


School Year

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Total AP Students

269

266

351

315

354

Number of Exams

546

577

650

594

697

AP students with Scores 3+

192

191

242

232

274

% of Total AP Students with Scores 3+

% Averages for California

71.4

64.5

71.8

63.5

68.9

64.3

73.7

63.6

77.4

62.5

 
For questions regarding our Middle College and College Advantage program through West Valley College please contact Jennifer Herilhy Halas:   jhalas@cuhsd.org    She is on Westmont's campus every Tuesday in the library.
 
 
 
For Fall 2017 Advanced Placement and Honors Summer Homework Assignments please visit the course description pages