Advanced Placement Program

  • Kettle Moraine High School offers Advanced Placement courses in the following areas:



    Computer Science





    Social Studies

    AP Studio Art

    AP Computer Science

    AP Language & Composition

    AP Calculus I

    AP Music Theory

    AP Chemistry

    AP Human Geography


    AP Computer Science Principles

    AP Literature & Composition

    AP Calculus II/Math 172


    AP Physics I

    AP European History




    AP Statistics/ Math 109


    AP Physics II

    AP U.S. History






    AP Environmental Science

    AP U.S. Government







    AP Psychology


    Advanced Placement programming is facilitated by The College Board, a non-profit organization, committed to connecting students to college success. Students are encouraged to accept the challenge of AP courses, which provide rigorous academic curriculum as well as potential cost-savings for credit completion at the college level. The Wisconsin State Board of Regents requires students to obtain a score of 3 or better on AP exams to qualify for college credit. Students are encouraged to contact private and out-of-state colleges/universities regarding their AP credit policy.

    Students are given the opportunity to register for AP examinations within their AP classes each spring. Students may register for AP examinations without enrolling in AP courses. However, achievement on AP exams is clearly higher when students have prepared by taking the appropriate AP course.

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    Other Information:


    2020-21 AP Exam Schedule

    College/University AP Credit Policy

    Test Registration Information