Beginning with the 2024–2025 school year, all public high schools in this state shall make a minimum of four advanced placement courses available to students. For more information, see 70 O.S. § 1210.704.
AP stands for Advanced Placement and indicates courses that follow a standard rigor that prepares students to pass AP Exams. These courses follow a prescribed curriculum sponsored by College Board. AP Exams demonstrate competencies attained at the college level and can be accepted as possible college credit. Students can begin taking AP courses as soon as their freshman year of high school.
The following is a list of AP Courses that students can take:
AP Art and Design Program
AP 2-D Art and Design
AP Art History
AP 3-D Art and Design
AP Music Theory
AP English Language and Composition
AP English Literature and Composition
History and Social Sciences
AP Comparative Government and Politics
AP European History
AP United States Government and Politics
AP Human Geography
AP United States History
AP World History: Modern
Math and Computer Science
AP Calculus AB
AP Computer Science Principles
AP Calculus BC
AP Computer Science A
AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
AP Environmental Science
AP Physics C: Mechanics
AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based
AP World Languages and Cultures
AP Chinese Language and Culture
AP Japanese Language and Culture
AP French Language and Culture
AP German Language and Culture
AP Spanish Language and Culture
AP Italian Language and Culture
AP Spanish Literature and Culture
AP Capstone Diploma Program
For more information about AP please contact your school counselor
Tulsa Public Schools oversees one of only two IB programs in the state of Oklahoma at Booker T. Washington High School. These programs deliver curriculum that develop well-rounded individuals who learn how to thrive and develop the capacity to adapt during global challenges. These students will:
Be encouraged to think independently and drive their own learning.
Take part in programs of education that can lead them to some of the highest ranking universities around the world.
Become more culturally aware through the development of a second language.
Be able to engage with people in an increasingly globalized, rapidly changing world.
For additional information, contact your school counselor. Click here to learn more about Booker T. Washington High School.