The AP Program provides an opportunity for high school students to take college-level curriculum classes. We encourage students to take the examinations in May in order to earn College Credit. To view a complete listing of AP Course descriptions, please access AP Central.AP Coordinator: Nicole Espy, firstname.lastname@example.org, (770) 781-2264 (ext. 100450)
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If you have general questions about the AP Program, please contact Nicole Espy. If you have specific questions about a course, please contact the teacher of that course.South Forsyth High School offers 28 different AP courses.Click on the overview to learn more about the prerequisites and topics covered in each course.Click on each content area below for more information about course requirements and recommendations.
Fine Arts AP 2D Art Overview AP 3D Art Overview AP Studio Art Overview English AP English Language & Composition Overview AP English Literature & Composition Overview History & Social Sciences AP European History Overview AP Human Geography Overview AP Macroeconomics Overview AP Microeconomics Overview AP Psychology Overview AP United States Government & Politics Overview AP United States History Overview AP World History Overview Mathematics & Computer Science AP Calculus AB Overview AP Calculus BC Overview AP Computer Science A Overview AP Computer Science Principles Overview AP Statistics Overview Sciences AP Biology Overview AP Chemistry Overview AP Environmental Science Overview AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based Overview AP Physics C: Mechanics Overview AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Overview World Languages & Culture AP French Language & Culture Overview AP German Language & Culture Overview AP Spanish Language & Culture Overview AP Spanish Literature & Culture Overview