KAPS Advanced Placement
Osceola High School's (Home of the Kowboys) Advanced Placement Scholars (K.A.P.S.) is a College Board sponsored partnership between Osceola High School, colleges, and universities. Advance Placement (AP) courses give high school students exposure to college-level curriculum and skills, coupled with the opportunity to earn college credit when a score of three or higher is earned on an AP subject exam. AP courses challenge students with a focus on content knowledge, analytical reasoning skills, and disciplined study habits.
The courses a scholar will take depend on which college or university and major that scholar wishes to pursue. It is important to know if your future major and college accepts AP credit so scholars will need to do research to create an effective high school AP plan!
Here are the Advanced Placement courses offered at Osceola High School:
Computer Science A
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
Studio 2D Art
U.S. Government and Politics
Note: AP course availability can change annually depending on instructor availability. Please keep up with current information regarding this courses by visiting this page or contacting the counselor at the information below.
For more information on this program, please contact K.A.P.S Counselor: Mrs. S. Snyder