About the Advanced Placement (AP) Program
AP Coordinator: Alyssa Rodriquez Alyssa.Rodriquez@fresnounified.org
AP gives students the chance to tackle college-level work while they’re still in high school. And through taking AP classes, students can earn college credits and placement.
By passing your AP exams with a score of 3, 4, or 5 you could earn college credit, placement, or both at thousands of colleges and universities in the United States and around the world, enabling you to move into upper-level courses in your field of interest, or pursue a double major, or gain time to study or travel abroad.
AP Classes Offered at McLane High School in 2022-2023
McLane High School offers 13 Advanced Placement courses listed below. Approximately 22% of the student body is enrolled in at least one AP course. AP is open to all students who want the challenge.
Who may take AP classes?
AP is open to any student from any background but it may not be right for everyone. AP is the right choice for you if you have a healthy curiosity about a subject and are willing to work hard. If you enjoy an academic challenge and want to learn alongside classmates who are enthusiastic about learning and growing, consider signing up.
AP Data (2020-21 School Year)
- 427 unique students enrolled in AP classes
- 393 total exams were taken
- 29 AP Students with Score of 3+
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Live Review is a series of review sessions, hosted by AP teachers from across the country, created to help students practice and prepare for the 2022 AP Exams!