Our classes take place on the weekends. They’re designed for driven students that wish to study extra subjects in addition to their regular high school workload.
Classes take place in three-hour sessions (with breaks), once per week. Students will target the May 2021 exam session.
Our Introduction sessions will begin on Saturday, November 7th, and courses will formally start on November 14th.
The subjects are the most in-demand from our Crimson Community. They’re also the most suited to intensive learning and provide the foundation for more advanced courses in the future.
They’re designed to give students access to the best teachers in this space.
Explore the ideas, theories, and methods of the scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
Get familiar with the concepts and tools of computer science as you learn a subset of the Java programming language. You'll do hands-on work to design, write, and test computer programs.
Learn about the major concepts and tools used for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data.
Improve your admissions profile, challenge yourself, and earn college credit with our Advanced Placement (AP™) courses.
Earning top scores in an AP™ course is the best way to demonstrate your academic ability to colleges.
Study college-level material early and gain exposure to the academic expectations of college.
AP™ courses allow students to earn college credit and pursue more advanced courses.
Explore areas of interest, such as Psychology or Computer Science, and provide a clear indication of your academic passions.
Our AP™ courses are designed to be fast-paced at convenient weekend times, perfect for students looking to go the extra mile.
AP™ classes are rigorous and demanding, offering intellectual stimulation that you won't get elsewhere.
Enrolling is simple. Speak to one of our Enrollment Advisors who can help you through the process and answer any questions you have.
Check that the timetable works for you
Speak to one of our Enrollment Advisors who will confirm your eligibility
Complete an enrollment form
After your enrolment is confirmed, we will formally welcome you to the school and get you set up, ready to learn
Learn from experienced teachers with a proven record of success in AP™ courses. Our group-classes are conducted live in small, seminar-style online classrooms and are optimized for participation.
Classes take place on the weekend in three-hour sessions (with breaks), once per week. Students will have two streams to choose from: a Saturday or Sunday class stream.
*Please note: classes will be taught by teachers in the United States, but students anywhere in the world will be able to join, provided the timing works.*
Students in Asia will likely join the Saturday streams, for example.
|Stream A - Psychology||7:00 PM - 10:00 PM PST|
|Stream B - Psychology||8:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST|
|Stream A - Comp Sci A||4:00 PM - 7:00 PM PST|
|Stream B - Comp Sci A||8:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST|
|Stream A - Statistics||7:00 PM - 10:00 PM PST|
|Stream B - Statistics||11:00 AM - 2:00 PM PST|
|Stream A - Psychology||8:00 AM - 11:00 AM CST|
|Stream B - Psychology||12:00 AM - 3:00 AM CST|
|Stream A - Comp Sci A||11:00 AM - 2:00 PM CST|
|Stream B - Comp Sci A||12:00 AM - 3:00 AM CST|
|Stream A - Statistics||11:00 AM - 2:00 PM CST|
|Stream B - Statistics||3:00 AM - 6:00 AM CST|
Students in Asia are encouraged to join Saturday streams due to timing.
Should I take Computer Science A or Computer Science Principles?
From the College Board site*:
“The AP Computer Science A course and exam focus on computing skills related to programming in Java. Students cultivate their understanding of coding through analyzing, writing, and testing code as they explore concepts like modularity, variables, and control structures.*
The AP Computer Science Principles course complements AP Computer Science A and focuses on the broader aspects of computing. Students learn to design and evaluate solutions and to apply computer science to solve problems through the development of algorithms and programs. They incorporate abstraction into programs and use data to discover new knowledge. Students also explain how computing innovations and computing systems including the internet work, explore the potential impacts of these innovations, and contribute to a computing culture that is collaborative and ethical.
Additionally, the AP Exams for the two courses have different formats. AP Computer Science A has one end-of-course exam with multiple-choice and free-response questions. AP Computer Science Principles includes the Create performance task, which is completed during the course, and an end-of-course multiple-choice exam.”
Where are exams taken?
At a nearby AP testing center or eligible school. Families should ensure there is a suitable exam venue nearby to them. Our Enrollment Advisors can help advise on exam venues.
Who are the teachers?
Our classes are taught by qualified teachers that have demonstrated outstanding prior results teaching APs.
What is the class size?
Classes are capped at 10 students to ensure maximum engagement.
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