College Board provides high school students the opportunity to take college level curriculum through Advanced Placement courses (AP) while still in high school. Advanced Placement (AP) courses can dramatically improve a student's chances of getting into college and be better prepared once he/she is there. Studies have shown that students who take an AP course and exam are much more likely than their peers to complete a bachelor's degree in four years or less. After taking an AP course, students have the opportunity to take the corresponding AP exam, which depending on their score, couled earn them college credit.
More information about AP courses can be found at www.collegeboard.org.
AP Video Premieres Thursday, March 16 at 6:00 PM
Advanced Placement (AP) Information Night
Georgia's Dual Enrollment program allows high school students (9th - 12th grade) to earn college credit while working on their high school diploma. The Dual Enrollment program covers tuition.
Governor's Honors Program
The Governor's Honors Program (GHP) is a residential summer program for gifted and talented high school students. The program offers instruction that is significantly different from the typical high school classroom and is designed to provide students with academic, cultural, and social enrichment necessary to become the next generation of global thinkers, innovators, and leaders.
The selection process begins at the local school in the fall. Students interview at the local school and then selected students advance to the district level interviews. District winners advance to the state round of competiton.