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All students deserve an exciting and rigorous learning experience for our students to be college, career, or civic ready. 

AP course work helps students in their college major and career exploration by encouraging the development of the academic knowledge and skills increasingly important to students’ overall employability. 

“Research shows that exposure to rigorous classes in high school is a key indicator of post-secondary success. In addition to preparing students for the rigors of college, challenging coursework like Advanced Placement enables students to dig deeper into subjects that interest them and build analytical and problem solving skills that build confidence and are essential for success in any career path.” National Science and Math Initiative

                                AP Saturday Student Sessions:  Sign Up Here

Students should bring their charged Chromebooks and chargers to each session.

               Saturday Student Study Sessions     -    Huguenot High School



Science /Humanities

AP English Literature

AP Calculus AB

AP Biology

AP English Language

AP Computer Science Principles

AP Chemistry


AP Statistics

AP Environmental Science


AP Computer Science A

AP Art History


AP Human Geography

February 26, 2022

March 5, 2022

AP Spanish Language

March 19, 2022

April 23, 2022

AP US History


AP Government and Politics


AP Physics 1


March 12, 2022


April 30, 2022


                                           Huguenot HS BUS Hub Schedules - LINK


AP Courses by School

With the exception of Thomas Jefferson High School which offers International Baccalaureate, all comprehensive and specialty high schools offer a variety of Advanced Placement courses. Enrollment in Advanced Placement is open to all RPS students.

AP Course Descriptions

The College Board provides course descriptions for all 38 Advanced Placement courses and exams.

AP Resources

The College Board and the National Math and Science Institute provide a multitude of resources to support achievement in AP classes. Students should start their journey by connecting to the College Board's  AP Student Page.  Additional resources are available though our NMSI Student Portal.

Contact Information

Autumn Nabors                    Director of Curriculum and Instruction
301 North Ninth Street
Richmond, VA 23219

Lynn Pleveich
Coordinator, Programs for Gifted & Talented
301 N. 9th Street, 12th Floor
Richmond, VA 23219
Phone: 804.664-7656

Cassandra Bell            Manager of Mathematics,        301 North 9th Street, Richmond, VA 23219           Email