GRC Advanced Placement

The Advanced Placement Program gives high school students exposure to college-level material through involvement in AP courses.

 

GRC's AP program offers rigorous college level courses that prepare students for success in their academic futures.

 

If a student successfully passes the AP exam administered in May, college credit and/or advanced placement can be earned (depending on the student's test score and the college policies).

AP courses are demanding and parents should carefully assess whether the student can keep up with an accelerated pace of learning, especially when combined with extracurricular activities.

Art History

   Teacher: Katherine Lowther

Biology

   Teacher: Stephanie Jefferson

Calculus AB

   Teacher: Seth Heinss

Chemistry

   Teacher: Matt Dickison

English Language & Composition

   Teachers: Kayla Clevenger   Madeline Gash

English Literature

   Teachers: Eloise Lynch   Katherine Lowther (Cohort)

French

   Teacher: Lydia Kohler

Human Geography

   Teacher: Matthew Cunningham

Music Theory

   Teacher: Kris Olson

Psychology

   Teacher: Amanda Crowell

Spanish

   Teacher: Megan Snellen

Statistics

   Teacher: Alexis Powell

Studio Art

   Teacher: Brittani Fuller

US Govt. & Political Science

   Teacher: Brent Sizemore

World History

   Teacher: Matthew Shepherd