2021-2022 Advanced Placement AP – The College Board
- 1 Discover AP
- 1.1 Students:See Where AP Can Take You
- 1.2 Teachers:Explore Resources
- 1.3 AP Coordinators:Find Information
- 1.4 Principals:Learn About Resources to Support Your School
- 1.5 District Administrators:See What Schools Should Know
- 1.6 Higher Education Professionals:Learn About AP
- 1.7 Click Here To Apply
AP gives students the chance to tackle college-level work while they’re still in high school—whether they’re learning online or in the classroom. And through taking AP Exams, students can earn college credit and placement.
See Where AP Can Take You
Explore AP courses, discover free online resources to help you learn in any environment, get exam practice, and find colleges that grant credit for AP.
Find course and exam descriptions, learn about the AP Course Audit, and access free online AP instructional resources including AP Daily videos and AP Classroom.
Read about ordering and administering exams, how to start an AP program at your school, and more.
Learn About Resources to Support Your School
Access resources to help you support teachers and students throughout the year.
See What Schools Should Know
Get information and resources to help you support your schools, whether they’re teaching in person, remotely, or both.
AP HIGHER EDUCATION
Higher Education Professionals:
Learn About AP
Get the details you need to set your college’s AP credit and placement policies.