AP Capstone Diploma:

AP Seminar (AP Slang): If you enjoy researching and working in a team or alone maybe this course is for you.

AP Research: If you enjoy research you might enjoy this course. (Must take AP Seminar prior to).

Fine Arts:

AP Art History: Need a fine art credit but don’t want to take a normal fine art? This is art appreciation instead of art creation.

AP Studio Art 2D: If you enjoy painting maybe this is for you.

AP Studio Art 3D: Enjoy sculpting and modeling?

AP Studio Art Drawing: If you enjoy sketching this might be a good option.

AP Music Theory: If you need a fine arts credit and enjoy the technicalities of music maybe this is for you!

World Language:

AP Spanish Language: If you wish to grow your knowledge of the Spanish language you might enjoy this course.

AP Spanish Literature: If you are proficient in Spanish and enjoy literature you might enjoy this course.

English:

AP English language: This course is mainly argument, rhetoric, and writing.

AP English literature: This course is mainly novel analysis.

Math:

AP Statistics: This is a more humanities and research based math course.

AP Calculus A/B: This is a more engineering and hard science based math course.

AP Calculus B/C: If you want to continue your calculus journey this class is for you.

Science:

AP Physics: If you enjoy Physics or want an honors diploma this could be another science credit.

AP Chemistry: If you enjoyed chemistry or if it was relatively easy for you this might be the course for you.

AP Environmental Science: If you like environmental science or want to help the earth you might enjoy this.

AP Biology: If biology was relatively easy for you or enjoyable you might enjoy this course.

History:

AP Human Geography: Thinking about doing AP but haven’t taken an AP course yet?
AP US History: Trying to continue your AP history?

AP US Government: Government is a required class and another way to get AP credits.

AP Macroeconomics: Economics is also a required class and another way to get an AP credit.