Advanced Placement (AP)
The Advanced Placement (AP) Program is a national program established by the College Board. Students have the opportunity to engage in university-level courses with the potential to earn college credit by passing the AP exam in the designated content area. Palm Springs High School offers a variety of AP courses to challenge and expose students to post-secondary education.Advanced Placement (AP) classes are on a weighted grading scale from 0.0 to 5.0 due to course difficulty being at the college level.Work ethic, consistency, and a positive attitude are crucial to success.AP CoordinatorSteven Aviña - Assistant Principal
Mrs. Kretz - Office SpecialistMrs. Woo- Office Specialist
AP Courses Offered at PSHS
* United States Government and Politics * Calculus AB
* Spanish Literature and Culture * Calculus BC
* Environmental Science * Computer Science Principles
* Psychology * English Language and Composition
* English Literature and Composition * Physics C: Mechanics
* United States History * Spanish Language and Culture
* Biology * French Language and Culture
* World History: Modern * Latin
Dear AP Readiness Educator,
We hope you had a restful summer break and the new school year brings joy & happiness 😊 UC Riverside's AP Readiness Program for 2022-2023 will be conducted as a VIRTUAL PROGRAM ON ZOOM. UCR AP
Student & Educator Registration is now open at apreadiness.ucr.edu or AP Readiness Program | (ucr.edu).
The first UCR APR Program Session is Sept. 24th. (Further dates are listed on the attached flyer and at AP Readiness Program | (ucr.edu).
We look forward to another great year of UCR’s AP Readiness Program!! Detailed information for each session will be sent via email the Tuesday prior to each event to all registered participants.
Feel free to respond to this email with any questions, comments, concerns OR if you would like to be removed from our mailing list. You may also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Director, AP Readiness Program
UCR School of Education