Advanced Placement Program


    Advanced Placement courses are college-level courses that follow the College Board Advanced Placement guidelines. These courses involve an extensive accumulation of knowledge in the field that is tested on the AP exam. Colleges and universities have the option of accepting the AP results for college credit. While there is a fee to take the exam, financial aid is available. Gifted and talented students needs are served through the Advanced Placement programs. Students and parents are required to complete and submit an AP contract that outlines in detail the requirements of the class.

    AP Classes offered at CHS are:

    • AP English Literature/Comp. 12                                                           ap                                         
    • AP English Language/Comp. 11
    • AP Statistics
    • AP Calculus (AB), (BC)
    • AP Biology
    • AP Chemistry
    • AP Physics I
    • AP Physics II
    • AP Environmental Science
    • AP United States History
    • AP American Government
    • AP Marcoeconomics
    • AP Microeconomics
    • AP Studio Art - Design
    • AP Studio Art - Drawing
    • AP Computer Principles
    • AP Computer Science
    • AP Japanese Language
    • AP Spanish Language

    Courses designated as “AP” are college-level courses and students should expect course subject matter and workload at a college level. Students enrolled in AP courses are required to take the AP exam at the end of the year.


    Honors Courses

    Honors courses are designed to challenge and prepare students for the more rigerous AP courses. 

    The Honors courses offered at CHS are:

    • Honors Earth Science
    • Honors Biology
    • Honors Chemistry
    • Honors English 9
    • Honors English 10
    • Honors High School Math I
    • Honors High School Math II
    • Honors High School Math III
    • Honors U.S. History
    • Calculus II