In AP’s immersive courses, students don’t just read about things, they get to learn how things really work. Students won’t just be memorizing facts and figures that you’ll forget moments after the test. In AP they tackle concepts and do things that will stick with them long after the class is through. AP teachers’ hands-on approach to learning takes kids out of the typical classroom and into an experience that will prepare them for college and beyond.
In AP classes, just like in college, students not only learn by doing, but by sharing and speaking out. They will be asked to add their unique perspective because the dialog and debate contributes to the knowledge that’s shared by everyone. Students help drive the class and sharpen their skills by learning to express themselves before they get to college.
With AP, students explore new ideas side-by-side with their classmates and teachers. When students get to college, they’ll be asked to manage their own time and study habits, while tackling challenging problems and subject areas. This is what they get when you take an AP class, with the added benefit of your teacher helping them throughout the journey. AP courses let students see and feel what college work is like, while receiving the support to help you get there.
The following is a list of AP courses Corbett offers. Click on each one to learn more about the course and what it offers.
AP Art History
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
AP English Language and Compositon
AP English Literature and Composition
AP Environmental Science
AP Government and Politics – US
AP Government and Politics – Comparative
AP Human Geography
AP Physics B
AP Physics with Calculus
AP Spanish Language and Culture
AP US History
AP World History