Advanced Placement Program
The Klein ISD Advanced Placement program is an open-enrollment program that provides rigorous academic coursework in the major subject fields with course content designed at a college level.  Courses are offered in English, social studies, science, world languages, math, and fine arts.  A student enrolled in an AP course is very strongly encouraged to complete the course and take the corresponding AP examination at the end of the year.  AP courses are recognized for college credit by many universities in the United States and abroad.  All Klein ISD AP course syllabi are approved by the College Board.

Educator Resources

TX College & Career Readiness Standards
AP Potential
2016-17 AP Course Audit Calendar
AP Course Index
AP Central
Pre-AP Teacher's Corner
Institutes & Workshops
Rice University
2016 AP Exam Schedule
Impt AP Program Changes
Find colleges & universities with AP credit policy information
Pre-Advanced Placement Program
The Klein ISD offers challenging courses that prepare students for Advanced Placement coursework beginning in 6th grade.  Like AP courses, Pre-AP courses are open-enrollment and students are very strongly encouraged to complete the Pre-AP course.  Pre-AP curricula is aligned with corresponding AP curricula that is reviewed by the College Board.  Pre-AP is not a prerequisite for enrolling in Advanced Placement (AP) courses.
Parent Resources

Current Advanced Placement Program Guide
AP Courses Offered by Campus
"Choose AP" Student Brochure
AP and the Cost of College
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