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Largo High School AP Offerings:. AP Calculus AB AP American Gov/Politics AP Biology AP Chemistry AP English Language AP Human Geography AP Physics B AP Psychology AP Statistics AP US History AP Literature AP Studio Art. Did you Know?.

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    1. Largo High School AP Offerings: • AP Calculus AB • AP American Gov/Politics • AP Biology • AP Chemistry • AP English Language • AP Human Geography • AP Physics B • AP Psychology • AP Statistics • AP US History • AP Literature • AP Studio Art

    2. Did you Know? • Mere participation in rigorous courses is not as valid a predictor of college success as performance on the AP exam. (Geyser and Santeleces, 2004) • Students who took AP exams, regardless of their performance, are more likely to earn a B in their first year in college compared to students who did not take AP exam. (Wiilingham & Morris 1986) • Students who took the AP Exam and scored a 1 or 2 were more likely to graduate than the “no AP” group. (Dougherty, Mellor and Jian, 2006) • Students who took the AP exam but earned a score of 1 or 2 attended more selective colleges and were more likely to return for the sophomore year than the “no AP” group of students. (College Board Report 2009)