Advanced Placement at WRHS

Wachusett Regional High School offers 17 Advanced Placement courses to its students. These courses follow the national AP standards modeled by first-year college courses and developed by The College Board. Students take their AP exams in May. The cost of a 2017 AP exam is $93, and students must pay a $40 deposit before the end of the first quarter.

Click here to make an AP test payment

The AP courses and exams offered at WRHS:

Biology English Language Music Theory Studio Art
Calculus AB English Literature Psychology U.S. Government & Politics
Calculus BC Environmental Science Spanish Literature U.S. History
Economics - Micro European History Statistics World History
Economics - Macro French Language    

Students can access all course descriptions and information about the AP program at the College Board AP website.

Getting AP Credit in College: Students who receive qualifying scores on AP exams may receive college credit or exemption from introductory college courses. To find out any college's policy toward granting credit for AP scores, check the AP College Credit Policy page at the College Board website.

 


AP Summer Assignments

Many AP courses at WRHS require some academic work over the summer. This is to ensure students arrive at the start of school prepared for the rigors of the college-level AP classes and for the amount of material that must be covered for the AP tests in May.

A course's summer assignment can be accessed by clicking on the course name below. These assignments will be updated through the end of the school year.