CAPP courses are college courses offered at both North and South High Schools. Students who meet the entrance requirements and successfully complete CAPP course requirements receive a transcript of the credits from the college offering the course. Check with the individual college/university requirement for credit.
High School students may take high school courses for which advanced standing credits are available upon enrollment at a post-secondary school.
All Wisconsin technical colleges will recognize “advanced standing agreements” made between a high school and a single Wisconsin technical college for the purpose of granting advanced standing for comparable courses when requested at another technical college.
AP is a program of college-level courses and exams that give high school students the opportunity to receive advanced placement and/or credit in college. Teachers of AP classes may provide the course text, syllabus, and recommended list of readings for students interested in starting course work during the summer or prior to the AP course beginning.
If a student is doing college-level work in high school – in an AP or honors course, through independent study, or with a tutor – AP examination may be taken at the conclusion of the course work. The score on the AP exam determines college credit and advanced placement in college. Check with individual college/university requirements for credit or placement. For all UW schools, you can also check on the web at uwhelp.wisconsin.edu/admission/ap.asp
Select high school courses that may be taken for transcripted (dual) credit. The course is the same as what is offered at a post-secondary college and the student receives credit from both the high school and the college. Start College Now courses also fall into this category.