(AP) Advanced Placement Tests
AP Course Listings
- AP Computer Science - 11th & 12th
- AP English Language - 11th
- AP English Literature - 12th
- AP Art History - 10th, 11th & 12th (one semester)
- AP Art Studio Drawing - 11th & 12th
- AP Music Theory - 11th & 12th
- AP Calculus AB - 11th & 12th
- AP Statistics - 11th & 12th
- AP Chemistry - 11th & 12th
- AP Physics - 10th, 11th & 12th
- AP Biology - 10th, 11th & 12th
- AP World History - 10th, 11th & 12th
- AP U.S. Govt. & Politics - 12th
- AP Psychology - 11th & 12th
- AP United States History - 11th & 12th
Why Should I Take an AP Class?
1. If you pass the associated AP test, you will get 3 - 8 college credits. Number of credits
awarded are determined by the college.
2. You will increase your ability to read and understand college-level textbooks.
3. You will learn how to take precise notes and learn study habits that will help you be
successful in college.
4. You will cover the same curriculum in 9 months instead of 4 months in college.
5. You have small classes at LHS with teachers who care about your success.
6. You can get some of your general requirements out of the way to save yourself time and
7. You will gain the confidence that you can be successful in college classes.
8. You will improve your critical thinking skills and writing abilities.
9. AP classes are recognized as challenging and rigorous so they help with scholarship
10. AP credits are accepted nationally and viewed favorably on transcripts.
AP Test Preparation
AP test preparation online through Shmoop
This is a comprehensive test prep website to practice for ACT, SAT, & AP. The ACT prep is FREE thanks to taxpayer money. The AP prep has a cost.
- You visit www.shmoop.com/utah/
- Scroll down to Find LHS
- Click "Let's Go"
- Answer Yes or No
- Enter Magic Word: HIKING
AP Student Resources
Listed below are links to resources that will help with Advanced Placement tests