Hear from Current Pre-AP Teachers
At the beginning of the year, not many students ask questions. They’re still nervous. After a few months of Pre-AP, they’re beginning to get the confidence to ask questions in a way that they never have before.
—Matthew (Pre-AP World History and Geography teacher, Illinois)
At first, my students could barely write complex sentences. A few months later, they’re composing five-paragraph essays.
—Deanna (Pre-AP English 1 teacher, Michigan)
Real learning happens when students can authentically relate to their material and see how skills fit together across all subjects. When schools employ multiple Pre-AP courses, students reinforce critical thinking skills in each classroom.
Pre-AP World History and Geography