AP Night at Lake Nona High School 3/16


LNHS Auditorium

6:30 pm

This meeting is for parents and students who wants to learn more about the current AP course offered as well as the new AP program -AP Capstone

In addition to regular AP courses, students in the AP Capstone program will work on collaborative research and writing projects that lead to a college thesis-like project before they graduate. The courses also are developed to increase students’ chances at passing their year-end AP test, which determines whether they receive college credit for their work

High school students who take a full schedule of Advanced Placement courses will graduate with a special diploma and earn college credits.

Advanced Placement (AP) Program

The College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Program is a nationwide program consisting of more than 30 college-level courses and exams offered at participating high schools. Subjects range from art to statistics. Students who earn a qualifying grade of 3 or above on an AP exam can earn college credit or advanced placement or both, depending on the college or university. Students in Florida’s public secondary schools enrolled in AP courses do not have to pay to take the exams.Additional Web Sites and Resources  This site provides additional websites and resources for general assistance related to Advanced Placement (AP) Program.


Designed in response to feedback from higher education organizations, the new program aims to help students develop stronger backgrounds in independent research, collaborative teamwork and 21st-century knowledge and skills.

The AP | Cambridge Capstone Program and Credential combines the in-depth subject-matter study offered through AP courses and exams with the interdisciplinary global seminar curricula and assessment of research projects and presentations offered by Cambridge International Examinations.

Students earning passing scores in the seminar course and on the research project as well as scores of 3 or higher on a minimum of three AP Exams will receive the AP | Cambridge Capstone Credential, demonstrating their proficiency in college-level subject knowledge, as well as research, communication and collaborative skills


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