By making the decision to take an AP course, you’re letting colleges and universities know that you have what it takes to succeed in an undergraduate environment. AP courses signal to admissions officers that you’ve undertaken the most rigorous classes your high school has to offer. They see that you’ve challenged yourself with college-level course work and expectations, and have refined your skills to meet these expectations. In the increasingly competitive admissions process, this knowledge can be very valuable.
AP Classes offered at DHS
AP European History
AP Language 11
AP Language 12
AP Studio Art
AP US History
Currently more than 90 percent of colleges and universities across the country offer college credit, advanced placement, or both, for qualifying AP Exam scores.
You can see specific colleges’ guidelines on accepting AP scores for credit and placement by searching the AP Data Base. Here you can see how many credits your AP scores will earn you and which courses you may be able to place out of at your future college.