Advanced Placement (AP) is an international enrichment program in which students study Saskatchewan Ministry of Education curriculum aligned and supplemented with AP learning outcomes. AP is open to all students with students able to enrol in one, or more, AP courses.
Students enrolled in AP courses are provided the opportunity to concentrate on areas of passion and interest; focus on skills and abilities; sharpen study habits, develop reading and writing skills, and problem-solving abilities; and build confidence. Once enrolled, students are encouraged to write the AP exam and potentially earn post-secondary credit. Regardless of whether the AP exam is written, students are provided support to explore future possibilities and both prepare for and gain experience for post-secondary and career success.
Courses offered at Martin Collegiate will be listed and described below once confirmed with additional support documents yet to be posted.
For information regarding Advanced Placement in Regina public Schools click here.
These materials introduce students to AP and help them explore whether AP is right for them: Student Brochure - English (.pdf/5.94MB)
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