Advanced Placement Scholars

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The Advanced Placement Scholars Specialty Program (AP Scholars) is aligned with the Advanced Placement Program from The College Board. The program will provide students with instruction in pre-college and college level courses. Courses will provide students with a collegial learning environment and rigorous academic focus with emphasis on content knowledge, critical thinking and analytical reasoning skills, as well as disciplined study habits. Students will be prepared for success on AP exams. 

Special activities such as college nights, informational forums and content related activities will be offered. Students will complete a research project in the senior year in an area of academic concentration such as English, mathematics, science, or history and social sciences.

To participate in the program, students must enroll in two or more pre-AP or AP courses each year.  Students are required to complete at least five AP courses before graduation, complete 60 hours of community service, and a senior research project.

Program Locations

Patriot High School

Coordinator:  Katherine Moore
Telephone:  703-594-3020
Email: mooreke@pwcs.edu

Visit the Patriot High School website

Information Meetings

11/16/2021 @ 6:30 pm (Virtual)

1/11/2022 @ 6:30 pm (In-Person)

Attendance Areas

Battlefield HS, Brentsville District HS, Gainesville HS, Osbourn Park HS, Patriot HS, and Unity Reed HS. 

*Parkside MS students who live significantly closer to Woodbridge HS may request permission from both program coordinators to attend the AP Scholars Program at Woodbridge HS. 

Woodbridge High School

Coordinator: Cynthia Treichler
Telephone: 703-492-3986
Email: treichcb@pwcs.edu

Visit the Woodbridge High School website

Information Meetings

11/10/2021 @ 6:30 pm (WSHS Auditorium)

1/20/2022 @ 6:30 pm (WSHS Auditorium)

Attendance Areas

Colgan HS, Forest Park HS, Freedom HS, Gar-Field HS, Hylton HS, Potomac HS, and Woodbridge HS