• About the Advanced Placement® (AP®) Program

     

    The AP Program gives you a chance to experience college-level classes in high school and opens the door to earning college credit before you ever set foot on campus. You’ll get to dig deeper into subjects you love while building the skills and confidence you need to succeed in college.

    Please see the documents, links, and contact information below regarding a specific Advanced Placement Course. 

    Please note the updates in the Links section regarding several of the AP courses


  • Contact information for AP Curriculum teachers are as follows:

    AP Calculus and AP Statistics are offered alternating school years.

    AP Calculus - Mr. Virga - virgac@gcsnc.com - 2020-2021, 2022-2023, 2024-2025, 2026-2027

    AP Statistics - Ms. Sumpter - supten@gcsnc.com - 2021-2022, 2023-2024, 2025-2026, 2027-2028

    AP Computer Science Principles – Mr. Tabron -tabronj@gcsnc.com

    AP English Language – Mr. Callicutt - callicd@gcsnc.com

    AP English Literature – Ms. Mont - montj@gcsnc.com

    AP Environmental Science – Ms. Allison - allisom@gcsnc.com

    AP Psychology – Ms. Schicker - schickc@gcsnc.com

    AP World History - Ms. Schicker - schickc@gcsnc.com

    AP US History – Mr. Avital - avitaln@gcsnc.com

    AP Studio Art – Mrs. Gagnon-Mathews - gagnonk@gcsnc.com

    AP Music Theory - Mr. Defiglia - defiglj@gcsnc.com