Advanced Placement

Like many High Schools, CPH offers a variety of Advanced Placement (AP) classes. AP classes are college-level courses that culminate in an AP exam (typically in May). Students who take AP courses and exams can earn college credit, are more likely to graduate in four years, and stand out in the admission process and in scholarship applications too. More detailed information is presented at the College Board webpage РLearn About Advanced Placement Program AP Exams and Courses.

CPH AP Classes 2016-2017

Calculus AB
Teacher: Harold Meyers

Computer Science A
Teacher: Daniel Pearson

Computer Science Principles
Teacher: Daniel Pearson

English Language and Composition
Teacher: Nicole Eddy

English Literature and Composition
Teacher: Samuel Boggs

Environmental Science
Teacher: Stacy Bilben

Psychology
Teacher: Kayla Mains

Spanish Language
Teacher: Hector Vega

Spanish Literature
Teacher: Hector Vega

Statistics
Teacher: Rosario Medina

Studio Art
Teacher: Aimee Florence

US Government and Politics
Teacher: Casey Pakingan

US History
Teacher: William Sallans

World History
Teacher: Steve Garrison