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Archive for: AP

The Stress Effect

The Stress Effect

Students suffer from high stress levels caused by schoolwork, leading to serious health effects and sleep deprivation.

 

The Classes Less Taken

The Classes Less Taken

As enrollment for next year rolls around, students may come across classes on the list they’ve never heard of. Four students enrolled in unique classes share their classroom experiences and the real-world knowledge they’ve gained.

 

Yoda Reacts to Colorado School Board Controversy

Yoda Reacts to Colorado School Board Controversy

Watch AP US history teacher Vicki Arndt-Helgeson react to the school board controversy in Golden, Colorado.

 

Deciding to Quit IB

Deciding to Quit IB

When you start IB, you think everything will work out for you. But what if it doesn’t?

 

AP/IB Testing Schedule

AP/IB Testing Schedule

See AP and IB testing schedules posted here.

 

Latin Teacher Receives National Recognition

Latin Teacher Receives National Recognition

Latin teacher Anathasia Worley received special recognition from the Advanced Placement College Board on Jan 23. Her class, which combines IB and AP curriculum, was found to exceed AP expectations.

 

Eastipedia: Advance Placement

Eastipedia: Advance Placement

AP Courses allow students to receive college credit.