Mrs. Jasper Lucas, Assistant Principal
AP Courses offered at Perris High School:
- Calculus AB
- Calculus BC
- English Language and Composition
- English Literature and Composition
- European History
- Human Geography
- Spanish Literature and Culture
- US Government and Politics
- US History
- World History
Information about the Advanced Placement Program
Why should I consider taking AP courses?
Comparisons of costs taking similar courses in college.
Parents guide to the AP Program English version
Explanations for common questions.
Helpful strategies for students to meet the demands of AP courses and exams.
The Advanced Placement Readiness Program (APR) provides supplemental instructional support to current and potential AP students in STEM courses such as biology, chemistry, environmental science, physics, calculus, statistics, computer science principles, English Language and English Literature. Students receive up to 32 hours of course-specific instructional support, information and test preparation.
The APR program also provides high level professional development for current and potential teachers of AP courses in STEM areas and English. AP teachers involved in APR will participate in course-specific professional learning that includes observing and interaction with master teachers and engaging in professional networking that promotes best practices and rigorous AP instruction.
WHEREUC Riverside Campus
- September 16, 2017
- October 14, 2017
- November 11, 2017
- December 16, 2017
- January 27, 2018
- February 24, 2018
- March 31, 2018
- April 21, 2018
- 9:00 am-2:00 pm
JAMES KEIPP, DIRECTOR, AP READINESS PROGRAM UC RIVERSIDE, GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION