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Advanced Placement at CCVI

Advanced Placement Courses and Exams

Note: Registration and Payment for 2021 AP exams must be done by Friday, February 25, 2022.
Please email [email protected] and join the AP Classroom for more information.
Advanced Placement (AP) exams have been offered at Centennial C.V.I. for over 20 years in a variety of disciplines including biology, chemistry, physics, calculus, art, history, economics, english literature, and french language.  There is a $135 fee to write each Advanced Placement exam.  When a student is successful with an AP exam (receiving a score of 4 or 5), they will receive advanced placement or transfer credits at most Canadian and U.S. universities.
Centennial has AP courses that help students prepare for the rigors of the Advanced Placement exams.  These courses will include all the same course materials as the regular grade 12 course, but will cover extra topics and classes will be taught in an accelerated format.  In May of the school year when the student takes the AP course, the student will then write an exam prepared and graded by the College Board in the United States.  The grade on this AP exam determines whether the student receives advanced placement or transfer credits at Canadian universities.
What is better for you?  IB or AP?
As of the 2021-2022 school year, Centennial will be offering the following Grade 12 AP courses:
AP Chemistry (SCH4UB),
AP Computer Science (ICS4UB),
AP English Literature (ENG4UB),
AP Biology (SBI4UB),
AP Physics 1 (SPH4UB).
There is also an Advanced AP Calculus AB course that must be taken AFTER Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) that teaches integration and prepared students for the AP Calculus AB exam.  This course is recommended for students planning to go into math, physics, computer science, or engineering.
For more information Email the AP Coordinator:    [email protected]
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