AP Courses

The purpose of Advanced Placement Courses is to give students an opportunity to earn college credit for work completed in high school.  The Advanced Placement Program is administered by the College Board which prescribes the curriculum, prepares, and scores the final examinations.

The college to which a student is admitted determines if and how much credit is to be awarded. Advanced Placement courses should be selected by only those students who have the goal of college credit in mind.

All students who take Advanced Placement courses must take the Advanced Placement examination. School level or Regents final examinations will be given in June for all AP courses.

There is a charge for APexams.

The following Advanced Placement Courses are offered at Rome Free Academy:
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
Computer Science
English Literature
Physics I
Physics II
US History
World History

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