Advanced Placement

The Advanced Placement curriculum (AP) constitutes individual AP subjects taught with the rigor of a university level course that offers students the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school. The curriculum of an AP course is challenging and goes into greater depth with the academic material than regular courses. AP courses require students to use analytical thinking, reading, writing, and problem solving skills. AP courses are taught using college level materials and teaching strategies.

2019 AP Exam Registration Information and AP Diploma requirements are in this link.

LHS has a long and respected history of offering challenging AP courses in every subject area, so students may optimize their preparation for success at any university in the world.

AP Seminar           AP Micro/Macro Economics
AP Research         AP European History
ENGLISH           AP Government and Politics: Comparative
AP English Language & Composition             AP Government and Politics: United States 
AP English Literature & Composition         AP Psychology

          AP United States History

         AP Human Geography

AP Calculus AB      VISUAL ARTS
AP Calculus BC       AP 2D Studio Art
AP Computer Science A


AP Computer Science Principles

       AP Spanish Language and Culture

AP Statistics       AP Spanish Literature and Culture


AP Biology       AP Music Theory
AP Chemistry 
AP Environmental Science 
AP Physics 1 
AP Physics 2 

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