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Advanced Placement & Dual Enrollment at WCCS

WCCS offers several Advanced Placement (AP) and Dual Enrollment (DE) classes to choose from.

Advanced Placement

Depending on the college/university, students passing AP exams can earn up to 21 hours of college credit while at WCCS. AP students enrolled in AP courses at WCCS have the option to take the appropriate Advanced Placement test for that course. Currently, we offer the following Advanced Placement courses at WCCS:

  • Calculus AB
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Human Geography
  • Physics I and II
  • Statistics
  • United States History
  • United States Government/Economics

In coordination with the College Board, AP tests are generally given in May. The AP Coordinator works closely with AP teachers, parents, and students to ensure that all students are registered for the appropriate Advanced Placement tests and notified of any deadlines.

Dual Enrollment

WCCS partners with Columbia International University to offer Dual Enrollment Courses during the school day at WCCS. Students earning a C or better in these college level courses, will not only earn high school credit for the course but college credit as well. How these credits are received is dependent upon each college/university. Currently, we offer the following DE courses at WCCS:

  • DE English (6 college credits)
  • DE Psychology (3 college credits)
  • DE Biology II (8 college credits)