Advanced Placement Program
Advanced Placement courses are college level courses taught in high schools throughout the country. The College Board establishes curriculum content, and students have the opportunity to take a year-end exam which may qualify them for college credit. Lassiter High School offers a variety of different advanced placement courses in the areas of fine arts, English, mathematics, science, career/technology, foreign language, and social studies.
Lassiter earns AP Merit School status: We received this honor as a result of having 20% or more of the student body take AP exams, and at least 50% score 3 or higher. Keep up the good work, AP students!
For more information regarding the AP Program, please contact Jamie Gabel, AP Coordinator, or read more information by clicking the links located on this page.
*Equity and Access - All willing and academically prepared students have the opportunity to participate in AP.
Lassiter AP Course Offerings and Teacher Contact
Lassiter is excited to offer the AP Capstone program as an engaging and challenging experience for students. College Board's newest AP venture, Capstone prepares students for the rigors of college and beyond by emphasizing research, writing, public speaking, and teamwork. Please contact Hilary Minich with questions and see below for more information.
- Overview of Capstone Courses
- AP Capstone
- AP Capstone LHS Video
- What is Capstone?
- University Support for Capstone
The following AP courses are offered at LHS in 2018–2019: