Advanced Placement

  • These courses are taught by our educators who have been trained and approved by the College Board Advanced Placement program. The curriculum is designed to prepare learners to take the Advanced Placement test. If learners score high enough on the test, they will receive college credit at any college or university that accepts credits from Advanced Placement courses.

    In order to register for an Advanced Placement course, the learner must perform well in the courses in that subject area in the year before they want to take the Advanced Placement course. If this occurs, they can receive an educator recommendation which will allow them to take the Advanced Placement course.

Dual Credit

  • These courses are taught by our educators who have been trained and approved by North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS).  The curriculum is designed to match the equivalent courses at NDSCS while at the same time satisfying the North Dakota State Standards. The grade given at the end of the course will allow learners to receive both high school credit and college credit at any college or university that accepts credits from North Dakota State College of Science.  This grade will appear on both the high school transcript and NDSCS transcript.