Advanced Placement (AP) Program, 1995-96

Advanced Placement (AP) is a program of college level courses and examinations for high school students. AP is administrated by the College Entrance Examination Board, headquartered in New York City, New York with a Canadian office in Kelowna, British Columbia. Students who successfully complete examinations with a prescribed standing may, upon admission to a public postsecondary institution, be granted credit as outlined in the following table. For more information consult the appropriate institutional calendar or Registrar’s/Student Services Office.

Sending Institution Receiving Institution
Advanced Placement Courses Memorial University of Newfoundland College of the North Atlantic
Biology Biology 1001/1002 with AP standing of 4 or 5.
Note: Students who have received a grade of 3 in AP Biology will have the requirement for Biology 1001/1002 waived and may replace those courses with higher level Biology courses.
Chemistry Chemistry 1050 and 1051 with AP standing of 5. Chemistry 1010 and 1011 for Grades 3 and 4.
English Language and Composition No credit recommended. Communications CM1100, CM1400, CM2100, CM1401 with AP standing of 4 or more
English Literature and Composition English 1080 with AP standing of 4 or 5.
European History History 2300 and 2310 with AP standing of 3 or more.
Fine Arts (Art History) Visual Arts 2700 and 2701 (Sir Wilfred Grenfell College) with AP standing of 3 or more.
Fine Arts (Studio Art) No credit recommended.
French Two unspecified French first -year credits with AP standing of 5. One unspecified French first-year credit with AP standing of 3 and 4.
Calculus AB Mathematics 1000 with AP standing of 4 or 5 Mathematics MA1100 or MA1700 with AP standing of 5
Calculus BC Mathematics 1000 with AP standing of 3 or more Mathematics MA1101with AP standing of 3 or more
Environmental Science Environmental Science 1000 with AP standing of 3 or more.
Music Theory Music 1120 and 1121 with AP standing of 3 or more. Music 1121, 1107, and 1117 with AP standing of 4. Music 1107, 1108, 1117, and 1118 with AP standing of 5.
Physics B Physics 1020 and 1021 with AP standing of 3 or more. Physics PH1101, PH1200, 1325 and 1327
Psychology Students with AP standing of 3 or more will be permitted to take advanced non-major courses in Psychology,however, credit for Psychology 1000 and 1001 will not be granted.

The following is of high schools in the Province which offer Advanced Placement:

  • Amos Comenius Memorial (Hopedale)
  • Ascension Collegiate (Bay Roberts)
  • Bishops College (St. John’s)
  • Booth Memorial High School (St. John’s)
  • Brother Rice High School (St. John’s)
  • Carbonear Integrated Collegiate
  • Christ the King All Grade (Rushoon)
  • Eugene Vaters Collegiate (St. John’s)
  • Gander Collegiate
  • Gonzaga Regional High School (St. John’s)
  • Goose High School (Happy Valley-Goose Bay)
  • Herdman Collegiate (Corner Brook)
  • Holy Heart of Mary High School (St. John’s)
  • Holy Name of Mary Academy (Lawn)
  • Holy Spirit High School (St. John’s)
  • J.R. Smallwood Collegiate (Wabush)
  • John Burke Regional High School (Grand Bank)
  • Marystown Central High School
  • Menihek Integrated High School (Labrador City)
  • Mount Pearl Senior High School
  • Musgravetown Regional High School
  • O’Donel High School (Mount Pearl)
  • Our Lady of Labrador (West St. Modeste)
  • Pearce Regional High School (Burin)
  • Persalvic Central High School (Victoria)
  • Prince of Wales Collegiate (St. John’s)
  • Regina High School (Corner Brook)
  • St. Bernard’s All Grade
  • St. George’s Regional High
  • St. James Regional High (Channel/Port-aux-Basques)
  • St. Joseph’s Academy (Lamaline)
  • St. Joseph’s All Grade (Croque)
  • St. Lawrence Central High School
  • St. Stephen’s High School (Stephenville)