Advanced Placement & Dual Credit
College‐level or Advanced Placement (AP) courses can lead to college credit and are a popular advanced-level option in high school. AP classes follow a curriculum designated by the College Board and culminate in a standardized, nation‐wide AP exam in each offered discipline. Students who score well on the AP exams may earn enough AP credit to achieve sophomore status at some colleges and universities.
AP Course Offerings
- Calculus AB
- Computer Science
- English Language & Composition
- English Literature & Composition
- Music Theory
- Studio Art 2D
- Studio Art Drawing
- US History
- World History
Heritage currently offers Introduction to Life Calling and General Psychology (Cedarville curriculum) in a classroom setting. Students are also able to take other college courses and receive credit for those during the summer or through an online program called Seven Star. To view the list of available courses offered through Seven Star, visit their website.