The Advanced Placement program enables students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school. Through 34 college-level courses, each culminating in a rigorous exam, AP provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to earn college credit, advanced placement or both. Taking AP courses also demonstrates to college admission officers that students have sought out the most rigorous curriculum available to them.
Dual Enrollment courses offer students a wonderful opportunity to receive college credit while still being enrolled in high school.
What if I think my child might be gifted?
Anyone may refer a student to receive gifted and talented services, including parents and teachers. All students referred will be considered according to the district matrix. To refer a student for gifted and talented services, please complete a form at your child’s school during the provided referral window. Upon completion of the recommendation forms, please return them to your child’s classroom teacher or campus counselor. For additional information, please visit the Student Services tab on our district website or contact your child's campus counselor.
Grades 1-12 Teacher & Parent Referral Window
Kindergarten Teacher & Parent Referral Window
Grades 1-12 Teacher Referral Window
Opens the 1st Monday in October, Closes the 3rd Friday in October
Opens the 1st Monday in January, Closes the last Friday in January
Open the 1st Monday in February, Closes the 3rd Friday in February
Parents are notified of the results in late December. Students will begin services at the start of the 2nd semester.
Parents are notified of the results in April. Students will begin services at the start of their 1st grade school year.
Parents are notified of the results in April. Students will begin services at the start of the following school year.