Advanced Placement (AP) Program in Indiana
Advanced Placement (AP) is a research-backed method to facilitate student participation and success through delivery of college-level courses and corresponding exams in the high school setting to qualified high school students. In 2009 the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) set a goal for 25 percent of all high school students to receive a passing score on an AP or International Baccalaureate (IB) exam or successfully complete dual credit coursework. The percentage of high school graduates passing an AP exam increased from 12.4 percent in 2010 to 14 percent in 2011. In 2009, the pass rate was 10.4 percent. This increase gave Indiana the second highest two-year growth in the nation.
Summer 2015 Training Opportunities
- New Summer Workshop at IU for Biology Teachers!
- Exciting Summer Workshop for AP Science Teachers – Stipend and Housing Provided!
AP Course Information
- AP Central – College Board’s AP Information website
- AP Course Audit
- AP Courses and Exams
- AP Fees and Exam Dates
- Indiana Code for Advanced Placement Program
- Indiana Colleges and Universities AP and IB Policies
AP Data and Reports
Updates & Resources
- 2015 Guidelines for PSAT Administration and Funding
- 2015 Guidelines for State Payment of AP Exams
- 2015 Regional PSAT Workshops: Free for Educators!
- PSAT Impact on SAT
- PSAT Frequently Asked Questions
- Resources for AP Coordinators
- Review the Core Transfer Library and AP articulation by Indiana college