Grade 11-12. Year-long. Weighted grade. Prerequisite is an American History course.
This introductory college-level course provides students with conceptual tools necessary to develop an understanding of the world’s diverse political structure and practices. With a focus on American government and politics during the first semester and comparative governmental systems during the second semester, the course encompasses the study of specific countries, their governments, and their political climates. This course satisfies federal, state mandates, including Civics Education and district graduation requirements. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to take both the AP U.S. Government and AP Comparative Government exams and may receive college credit and/or higher placement in college.
Exam fees for Advanced Placement courses will be collected with school registration fees. Information about fee refunds for students opting out of the exam can be found here or with your school counselor.