High School Guidance Process

Beginning in the spring of the eighth grade year, students and parents will meet with one of our high school guidance counselors to discuss their high school interests and to make course requests. Beginning this process early helps students stay on track for graduation and helps them wisely choose the best course progression for their academic pursuits. Students will continue to meet annually with the counselors to evaluate their academic progress and to make sure they remain on track for graduation with the diploma classification of their choice.

Course Progression Chart

2016-2017 Academic Year

Prince Avenue Christian School Course Options

Advanced Placement Courses offered at Prince:

Advanced Placement (AP) courses at Prince Avenue Christian School offer qualified sophomores, juniors and seniors the opportunity to take advanced honors level coursework. Students who obtain a score of 3 or better on the AP exam may receive college credit for this class. Please check with colleges for further information regarding credit opportunities. Course offerings shown here are typical of a school year and are based on teacher availability.

Benefits of the program are to:

Requirements to participate:

Points to remember:

Download the Advanced Placement Agreement Form

Dual Enrollment/Move On When Ready Courses at Prince:

Dual Enrollment courses offer qualified juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college level coursework for credit towards both high school and college graduation requirements.

Benefits of the program are to:

Requirements to participate:

Points to remember:

>> Download the Dual Enrollment/Move On When Ready Agreement Form

Drop/Add and Course Changes:

High School Counseling Forms: