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AP Information
Bulletin for AP Students & Parents | Guide to AP Program​

AP Credits & University Course Equivalents
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AP Courses
The following Advanced Placement Courses are offered at OHS:

Art History
Biology
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
Chemistry
Comparative Goverment
Computer Science
Economics
​English Language & Composition
English Literature & Composition
Environmental Science
French Language
Government & Politics
Human Geography
Physics B
Physics C
Psychology
Spanish Language
Spanish Literature
Statistics
Studio Art 2D
Studio Art 3D
US History
World History
Note: Calculus 3 (Multivariable Calculus), and Numerical Analysis are also offered beyond AP Calculus BC and receive college credit

Also: Students have the opportunity to receive free college credit by taking courses such as Anatomy/Physiology Honors and Biotechnology Honors



Honors Courses
T
he following OHS courses are considered Honors courses and receive weighted grades on PowerSchool:

BUSINESS
AP Economics

ENGLISH
English 9 Honors
English 10 Honors
AP Language & Composition
AP Literature & Composition

MATH
Geometry Honors
Algebra 2 Honors
Precalculus Honors
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
Computer Science
AP Statistics
Calculus 3 Honors

SCIENCE
Biology Honors
Chemistry Honors
Physics Honors
AP Biology
AP Chemistry
AP Physics B
AP Physics C

SOCIAL STUDIES
World Geography Honors
World History Honors
American Government Honors
AP Human Geography
AP Psychology
AP US Government & Politics
AP US History
AP World History
Comparative Government
VISUAL ARTS
AP Art History
AP Studio Art

WORLD LANGUAGES
French 4 Honors
Spanish 4 Honors
Spanish for Native Speakers Honors
AP French Language
AP Spanish Language
AP Spanish Literature







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