Advanced Placement (AP)


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Leah Murphy
Advanced Placement (AP)

2500 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Leah.Murphy@sde.ok.gov
Phone: 405-522-0081
 

Important Information Regarding Advanced Placement Course Offerings

Requirements Beginning 2024-25

70 O.S. § 1210.704

Beginning with the 2024–2025 school year, all public high schools in this state shall make a minimum of four advanced placement courses available to students. Local boards of education in each district shall be responsible for ensuring annually that all high school students have access to advanced placement courses beginning in the 2024-2025 school year.  Such access may be provided through enrollment in courses offered through:

  • A school site or sites within the district;
  • A career and technology institution within the district;
  • A program offered by the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board or one of its vendors; or
  • A school site or sites in another school district.

The State Department of Education will provide information to school districts which can be distributed to students and families explaining the value of advanced placement courses in preparing students for postsecondary-level coursework, enabling students to gain access to postsecondary opportunities, and qualifying for scholarships and other financial aid opportunities. 

 

College Board & OSDE Webinar Series  Registration l Recording Link
Welcome to the AP School Year View Recording View Slides
Q& A Page from Webinar
AP Coordinator Process View Recording | View Slides
Q& A Page from Webinar
Processes and Next Steps View Recording | View Slides

AP Course Information

  • AP Course and Exam Content Pages
    • Provides an overview and the requirements associated with all AP courses. 
  • AP Course Audit
    • Provides steps for getting a course authorized, course syllabi and curriculular requirements, and deadlines for the school year.
  • AP Course Ledger
    • Provides a list of AP courses offered across the nation.
  • AP Outreach and Support Resources
    • Provides materials to help schools build awareness of AP, announce new courses, and introduce students and parents to the program.
  • AP Credit Policy
    • Provides information about which universities give credit for Advanced Placement?

Placing Students in AP Classes

  • Based on AP Potential
    Schools can generate rosters of students who have the potential of being successful on an AP Exam based on their performance on the PSAT/NMSQT.  AP Potential is free and web-based.

  • Based on PLAN
    Schools can use the results from 10th graders' PLAN tests to predict students' performance on AP exams. Use the chart to correlate PLAN Composite scores to AP scores.

AP Policy

Annual Report

 

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Last updated on August 15, 2022