• Skyline AP General Information

    Skyline courses offered are based on student requests. Therefore, If you decide that AP work is not something you wish to do you must drop the course by July 1, 2015 by emailing your counselor and cc Mrs. Elmore. If you wait to the fall and decide you do not want to continue in an AP course, there may not be a lower level course with similar content available to transfer into. Course selections at that point will only be made as space is available.

    You will find the summer work for Skyline's Fall advanced placement (AP) classes below

    What to know about Skyline's AP Courses?

    AP courses are more rigorous and require more homework. You can expect to spend every evening and including weekends completing assignments and studying the material to be successful. Many of the courses at Skyline have summer work. Some will have an assignment due by July 1, 2015. Therefore, If you decide that AP work is not something you wish to do you must drop the course by July 1, 2015 by emailing your counselor and cc Mrs. Elmore.

    If you fail to complete the assignment, you may be dropped from the course. We may not be able to honor your request to drop if your request arrives after July 1. The master schedule is currently being created according to student requests. If you should decide you do not want to continue in an AP course in the fall, there may not be a similar subject course to transfer into. You will have to remain in the course.
    Please be sure we have your correct email address for the summer.


    Click here to complete important contact and compliance information for Ms. Briana Wade, the Testing and Book Depository Secretary.