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Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement

At more than 90 percent of four-year colleges in the United States, high school graduates can earn college credit, receive advanced placement in college course work, or both, on the basis of Advanced Placement exam scores.
 
As part of the FBA curriculum, sophomore, junior, and senior students can take College Board Advanced Placement (AP) courses in Math, English, and History in preparation for the AP exams. These courses help students acquire the skills and habits necessary for success in college such as improving writing skills, sharpening problem-solving abilities, and developing time management skills, discipline, and study habits.
 
More information about college credit is available from the Upper School Counselor.