The Advanced Placement (AP) program is a national program offered by Widefield High School in cooperation with the College Board. The AP program provides students the opportunity to pursue college-level studies while in high school. At the conclusion of the AP course, students will take a College Board National AP Exam administered on a national test date. Depending on scores, a student may receive college-level credit for AP classes. Acceptance of AP scores for college credit is determined by each college or university. It is the student’s responsibility to research policies at individual institutions regarding AP credit.
CU Succeed courses are taught in the high school during the regular school day by University-qualified high school teachers. Enrollment instructions are specific for each school and teacher/course, please ask your High School Teacher for your specific enrollment instructions. Courses offered vary by school.
Concurrent Enrollment is a way to jump-start your college education while you are still in high school. Whether you are taking those college classes on your high school campus or coming to a PPCC campus, your college journey starts here.