Wayzata High School

Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement (AP) enables students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school.

Wayzata High School's AP program continues to grow in the variety of courses offered as well as the numbers of students willing to take engage in rigorous academic challenges that match their abilities and interests. AP courses are college courses taught by trained teachers on the high school campus. The AP program offers numerous courses representing a variety of discipline areas to support 34 different AP Exams. The benefits for a student selecting these courses are many.

Contact

Amy Swenson
Advanced Placement Program Coordinator
763-745-6605
Amy.Swenson@wayzataschools.org

Kathy Leuthner
Testing Secretary
763-745-6705
Kathy.Leuthner@wayzataschools.org

AP Testing Data

Grade Level Number of Students Students as a % of Total Number of Exams Exams as a % of Total Avg. Exams / Student
12 367 43.9% 882 39.0% 2.4
11 367 43.9% 875 38.7% 2.4
10 250 27.9% 438 19.4% 1.8
9 37 3.9% 64 2.8% 1.7

Exam Schedule

Week 1 Morning Exam (7:30 a.m. report time) Afternoon Exam (11:30 a.m. report time)
Monday, May 4 United States Government and Politics

Physics C: Mechanics
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

Tuesday, May 5 Calculus AB
Calculus BC

German Language and Culture
Human Geography

Wednesday, May 6 English Literature & Composition  European History
Physics 2: Algebra Based
Thursday, May 7 Chemistry
Spanish Literature and Culture
Physics 1: Algebra Based
Friday,
May 8
US History Computer Science A
Art History
Friday,
May 8

AP 2D Art and Design, 3D Art and Design, Drawing – last day for coordinators to submit digital portfolios (by 8:00 p.m. ET) and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for physical portfolio assembly.

Teachers should have forwarded students' completed digital portfolios to coordinators before this date.

Week 2 Morning Exam Afternoon Exam
Monday, May 11 Biology  Chinese Language and Culture
Environmental Science
Tuesday, May 12 Seminar
Spanish Language and Culture
Psychology
 
Wednesday, May 13 English Language & Composition  Microeconomics
Music Theory
Thursday, May 14 Comparative Government & Politics
World History: Modern
Macroeconomics
Friday,
May 15

Computer Science Principals
French Language and Culture

Statistics

Exams will be either be administered WHS or at the Medina Entertainment Center. Check back for posted schedule in April.