Question: Is there a Math 31 AP course in the school? If not, then how will AP be on our record for grade 12 math, for the universities to see?
Thank you so much for asking the site’s fist question.
In regards to: “Is there a Math 31 AP course in the school?”
During the 2015-2016, there were not enough students who signed up for math 30-1AP and even less for math 31AP and therefore resulted in AP classes not being offered for these classes. However, if there is enough students who are interested in the AP classes, admin will work out the schedule and make it happen.
For example, during the 2014-2015 school year, lots of students were interested in AP math 30-1AP and 31AP so such classes were offered. The way the math programs ran during 2014-2015 was that math 30-1AP and math 31AP were integrated together and ran for the whole year. Students that were apart of the 2014-2015 school year and wrote their math diploma in June.
In regards to: “how will AP be on our record for grade 12 math, for the universities to see?”
I have personally asked teachers and knowledgeable people the same question and their answers were: the key defining requirement for “your transcript to be labeled as “AP” is to take the AP exam”. So even though you are not apart of AP classes at school but take the AP exam and pass, you will have “AP” on your record, which universities will be able to see.
Just adding onto the topic here: there is a program that I personally attend to called: Math Dual Credit Program. Currently it is run on teacher recommendations only, however, I look forward to and fully support it opening up to open applications.