Are you looking to get ahead in your college studies? Earning college credit or advanced placement through AP scores is a great way to do just that. In Waco Independent School District, students have the option to enroll in advanced-level (AP), PreAP, or pre-advanced (PreADV) courses. These courses offer a more rigorous learning experience equivalent to that of a university-level course. Advanced-level courses allow students to take the exam in May for college credit in addition to high school credits.
The College Board's Advanced Placement (AP) Program provides students with the opportunity to pursue college-level studies while still in high school. McLennan Community College accepts scores from certain advanced-level tests for credit in selected courses. Students should check the current MCC college credit by exam policy and contact their academic advisor to determine which courses apply to their potential program of study. By taking advantage of these advanced placement options, students can get a head start on their college career and save time and money. With the right preparation and dedication, students can earn college credit while still in high school and be well on their way to achieving their academic goals.