Students and parents are invited to attend the second annual AP Night, 6:30-8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5 at Los Alamos High School.
The evening will begin with a brief presentation in the Topper Theater. Attendees will then be able to meet with teachers and students to learn more about AP and Honors course offerings at LAHS.
Representatives from UNM-LA will also be on hand to discuss the dual credit/concurrent enrollment program.
All LAHS students must take an AP class, an Honors class, an online class, or a dual credit class to graduate.
“AP Night provides students and parents a great opportunity to learn more about the AP program at the high school and what we have to offer in preparing students to be successful in college,” LAHS Principal Sandra Warnock said. “With registration for the 2013-2014 school year fast approaching, this is the perfect time to talk with our knowledgeable staff before selecting courses for next year.”
Advanced Placement Program (AP) courses are college-level courses offered in high school. At the end of the course, students are required to take the AP exam.
LAHS offers more than 20 AP courses, five Honors classes and four dual credit courses on campus in addition to UNM-LA offerings.
For more information about AP Night, contact Connie Goettee in the Career Resource Center at 663-2595 or email@example.com.