Integrated Honors Program

For those Bartlett students who wish to challenge themselves in preparation for college, Bartlett High School offers a catalogue of courses.


Honors and AP courses offered at Bartlett

CourseDocuments to download 
   AP English Language & Composition (11th)

Ms. Koger's Page

   AP English Literature & Composition (12th)

 Mrs. Walton's Page

   AP United States History (11th)


   AP World History (10th)  
   AP Comparative Government & Politics (12th)  
   AP United States Governement  
   AP Art History (11th/12th)   Mrs. Walton's Art History Page
   AP Psychology (12th)   
   AP Spanish (12th)  
   AP German (12th)  
   AP French Language (12th)  
   AP Mandarin Chinese (12th)  

   AP Calculus A/B (11th/12th)   

   AP Calculus B/C (11th/12th) 

   AP Calculus AB

   AP Calculus BC

   AP Statistics (11th/12th)  
   AP Chemistry (11th/12th)

  Miss Reynolds' s Website


   AP Physics 1 (12th)


  Mr. Youngblood's Science Page

   AP Physics 2 (12th)  
   AP Biology (12th)  
  Pre-AP English 9 (9th)  
  Pre-AP Social Studies 9 (9th)  
  Pre-AP English 10 (10th)  
  Pre-AP Social Studies 10 (10th)  
  Pre-AP United States History (10th)  
  AP Student Agreement   AP Student Agreement


2017 AP testing information

Students taking an Advanced Placement (AP) class are expected to take the AP exam in May each year.  The College Board runs testing. For more information, see the AP Central website. A passing score on an AP exam allows students to waive lower level college classes.  Each college is different and you must research the “qualifying” score for your intended post-secondary institution. Teachers will provide students with more information through the year about testing dates and fees. Answers to some of the most common questions are located below.


When does AP testing take place? 

The AP exams are given in the 2nd and 3rd week of May each year. The dates and times vary. Check AP Central for current dates and times of your exam.


What is the cost of the testing? 

Each AP exam costs $91.00.  If students qualify for free or reduced price lunch, they may qualify for assistance paying for the test fee.


When and how do I pay for the test? 

Please pay with a cash or check made payable to Bartlett High. Credit Card is only available through Zangle ParentConnect for a limited time.


What is considered a “passing” score and which college class will be waived? 

Each school has different policies on what they will accept for a passing score.  Usually, a “3” on the exam is considered “passing.”  You must research your intended college to determine what AP class credits will be accepted and what score a student must earn to obtain college credit for the class.

For an example, see UAA’s website and Harvard’s website for qualifying scores and corresponding college courses


What is the testing schedule?

Below is the testing schedule. Please be aware the schedule can change. AP Testing Information 2016


 2016 AP test schedule

Test date7 a.m. session 11 a.m. session
   Monday, May 1
  • Chemistry
  • Environmental Science
  • Psychology
   Tuesday, May 2
  • Computer Science A
  • Spanish Language
  • Art History
  • Physics 1: Algebra based
   Wednesday, May 3
  • English Literature & Composition
  • Japanese Language and Culture
  • Physics 2: Algebra Based
   Thursday, May 4
  • United States Governement & Politics
  • Chinese Language & Culture
  Friday, May 5
  • German Language
  • United States History
  • AP Computer Science Principles
  Monday, May 8
  • Biology
  • Music Theory
  • Physics C
  Tuesday, May 9
  • Calculus AB
  • Calculus BC
  • French Language
  • Spanish Language
  Wednesday, May 10     
  • English Language & Composition
  • Italian Language
  • Macroeconomics
  Thursday, May 11
  • Comparative Government & Politics
  • World History
  • Statistics
  Friday, May 12
  • Microeconomics
  • Human Geography
  • Latin
  • European History