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AP Diploma


College Preparedness

The Advanced Placement® Program (AP) enables willing and academically prepared students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school.

The AP Program develops college-level courses that high schools can choose to offer and corresponding AP Exams that are administered once a year.

Taking AP courses and exams in high school could give students an advantage in college by letting them:

  • Earn College Credit and Placement

  • Save Money and Time

  • Stand Out to Colleges

  • Keep Student's Options Open


Learning as an AP Student


Although there is no formal application, students must have completed all units from Secondary I and II. Students must also adhere to the KIS attendance policy (at least 90% attendance and less than 3 tardies per quintile)

Although not required, the following characteristics, generally tend to thrive in the AP Program:

  • Motivated and hardworking students.
  • Students who like the support and collaboration of peer groups.
  • Students who are active in the community via athletics, community service, and extracurricular activities.

AP Courses at KIS

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AP Courses offered at KIS