Advanced Placement (AP) and College Before College (CBC) Announcements:
10th and 11th grade students -- Are you interested in taking a college class after school next fall? You need a B average overall and good attendance and behavior to apply. Applying does not guarantee acceptance. Please read over the "College Class Qualification" page on the isspinfo.wordpress website. After checking out the website, come to Guidance to see Ms. Reinshagen on a Monday. Yellow information slips are also available on the door of her office. Deadline to submit application and complete interview is April 27, 2020. Returning students are reminded that they also need to re-apply!
Peer Leadership application for the 2019-2020 academic year will be due Friday, May 31, 2019 to Ms. Blatteau. Click here to download the application.
AP U.S. History Informational Meeting will be held on Monday, June 3 during Period B2: 9:15-9:40 in the Lecture Hall. Students will: Receive applications, receive summer assignments, get questions answered, and get excited for next year’s course! Questions? Email Ms. Blatteau
College Before College – Rising 11th and 12th grade students interested in taking tuition-free college courses after school hours in the fall are encouraged to meet with the AP/ISSP Coordinator the spring before to discuss options, since each college maintains its own test score and GPA requirements and follows a distinct application process. Contact Julie.Reinshagen@nhboe.net for more information.
Advanced Placement (AP) Courses – The Advanced Placement Program provides high school students with the opportunity to take college-level courses in a high school setting. Students not only gain college-level skills, but in some cases may also earn college credit, dependent on their AP test score and the college expected. AP examinations, given nationally in May at a time and date specified by the College Board, will be taken by all registered students. See Ms. Julie Reinshagen for more information.
Parental consent/signature is necessary for placement in each AP course, along with acknowledgement that students will take the AP Exam in May on a day/time nationally specified by College Board.
Students and parents will sign an “AP Student Contract” for each AP class at the start of that course. Students not completing the required “AP Student Contract” at the start of the course will be dropped from the course.
The New Haven Public School District, in conjunction with the Connecticut State Department of Education, pays for Advanced Placement Examination fees. However, it should be noted that registered AP students not taking the AP Examination/s will incur an obligation current with the testing costs of that year. This cost will be filed as a financial obligation and must be fulfilled prior to release of grades, transcripts, schedules, or diplomas.
AP Literature and Composition
Summer 2018 Assignments:
Instructor: Anthony Sacco –
AP Government and Politics
Instructor: Leslie Blatteau -