The College Board has a range of materials to help you communicate the components of your AP program. Use them to build awareness of AP, announce new courses, and introduce students and parents to the program. Get inspired.
AP Program Overview – Outreach
These materials introduce students to AP and help them explore what AP has to offer:
Materials that show parents what AP courses can do for their children:
School Leader Materials
Resources to Build AP
Use these resources to help enroll students new to AP and expand your AP course offerings:
Building Your AP Program: A Resource Guide
Help realize your school’s AP vision with this comprehensive list of AP resources and websites.
The AP Program: Insights for Parents and Families Brochure
How to Start an AP CourseHere are the seven steps to add an Advanced Placement (AP) course at your school.
Spotlight on Success: Tips to Reach New StudentsDiscover new strategies to help underserved students develop skills they will need in college.
AP Event and Activity Communication
Use these templates and resources to build student and parental awareness of AP events and activities:
AP Online Scores for Students Toolkit
These tips and resources will help you prepare your students to get their AP Exam scores online in July:
Social Media Outreach: Here are some sample messages you can use and customize to let students know about AP Online Scores.
- AP scores go online in July! Be sure you have a College Board account so you can access them. http://apscore.org
- Make sure you can access your AP Exam scores in July! Sign up for a College Board account today. http://apscore.org
- Remind your friends and classmates to sign up for College Board accounts so you can access AP scores in July! http://apscore.org
- Follow @APforStudents on Twitter for the latest news on AP courses, study tips, resources and more.
AP Computer Science Principles Launch Materials
The newest AP course, AP Computer Science Principles, launched in fall 2016. These resources will help you communicate the value of this course to fellow educators, students, and parents:
Subscribe to our YouTube channel and use these videos in presentations to students, parents, colleagues, and the community. Here are a few of our latest videos:
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AP District of the Year 2016: Columbia Heights Public Schools District 13
AP District of the Year 2016: J. Sterling Morton High School 201
AP District of the Year 2016: Denver Public Schools
Online PD Resource: Teaching and Assessing AP Histories
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