Advanced Placement courses are college-level courses taken by qualified students in high school as part of the general curriculum. At Saint John Vianney High School, we offer 11 different AP courses, all of which are taught in school by our talented faculty members. Our students can begin taking these courses and earning college credit as early as their freshman year. To earn college-credit in AP courses, students must take and pass a course exam at the conclusion of the course, usually the beginning of May.
|Current AP Course Offerings
||United States History
|English Language and Composition
|English Literature and Composition
Dual Enrollment courses are college-level courses that allow qualified students to simultaneously earn credit toward high school completion and college credit prior to high school graduation. To earn college credit, students do not need to take any standardized exams at the conclusion of the course; they simply take the course. The grade they earn is the grade they receive on both their high school and college transcript.
At Saint John Vianney High School, our dual enrollment courses are taught in our school, during the regular school day, and by our approved teachers. However, we are exploring the possibility of inviting college faculty to teach the courses at our campus and permitting our students to travel to the college campus during the regular school day to take the courses.
We offer multiple dual enrollment courses, all of which are taught in school by our talented faculty members. Each year, we submit new courses for dual enrollment consideration. Our students can begin taking these courses and earning college credit during the junior and senior years. Current Approved Dual Enrollment Course Offerings
Colleges that accept Seton Hall Dual Enrollment Credits