The College Board’s AP Program is a nationwide program consisting of
college-level courses and exams offered at participating high schools.
Students who earn a qualifying score of three or above on an AP exam
may earn college credit, or AP credit, or both, depending on the college
or university. Students in Florida’s public secondary schools enrolled in
AP courses do not have to pay to take the exam.
For more information from the national web site
on advanced placement, click here.
Click here for the new AP bulletin for students and parents.