Westview High School offers 21 Advanced Placement Courses. These are college level courses students taken in the high school setting, and they provide an excellent opportunity for students to experience the rigors of a college class as they prepare themselves for further education beyond high school. Click on the link below to the AP website where students and parents can learn more about various courses and how students may earn college credit by taking AP exams in the spring. Courses are free, but students who wish to take the exam in May must pay a fee for each exam. Fees in the past have run about $90 per exam. Students with financial needs may contact Aki Mori to discuss financial assistance.
Most four-year colleges in the United States and colleges in more than 60 other countries give students credit,
advanced placement or both on the basis of AP Exam scores. By entering college with AP credits, you'll have the time
to move into upper level courses, pursue a double major or study abroad.
Find colleges and universities with AP credit policy information.
AP 2017-2018 Exam Registration Form
AP 2017-2018 Testing Dates
AP - College Board Website
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT LORNA HEISLER, WESTVIEW AP COORDINATOR - email@example.com
AP Exams: Students need to arrive 45 minutes before the start time listed, and the doors lock 15 minutes before the start time.
These times include the breaks and reading of instructions. Depending upon any issues, these end times are approximate.
Westview will offer the following courses during the 2016-17 school year:
|Science||Social Studies||Mathematics||Language Arts||Elective|
|AP Biology||AP Economics (Macro and Micro)||AP Calculus AB||AP English Language||AP Music Theory|
|AP Chemistry||AP World History||AP Calculus BC||AP English Literature||AP Psychology|
|AP Physics 1 - (Algebra based)||AP US Government||AP Statistics||||AP Studio Art|
|AP Physics C - (Calculus based) Mechanical||AP United States History||||||AP Computer Science A|
|AP Physics C - (Calculus based) Electrical and Magnetic||||||||AP Computer Science Principles|