Pre-AP Annual Opportunity Report

Building a diverse student population of AP⁠⁠-⁠ready students.

Preparing for What's Next

For both Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (ERW), Pre-AP students were more likely to meet the SAT® Suite of Assessment benchmarks, which indicate whether a student is on track for college and career readiness at each grade level.

Pre-AP Reach

In the 2021-22 school year, Pre-AP was offered in nearly every state and over 25 countries.

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Pre-AP Demographics

Pre-AP is focused on ensuring student diversity in the program as a means to increase access to and equity in advanced coursework, including AP.

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"Pre-AP has helped change mindsets—those of teachers, parents and, most importantly, students—about who belongs in AP classes.”

Sheridan Steelman, Pre-AP English 1 Teacher, Northview High School, Michigan

Pre-AP Impact

The Pre-AP Program holds itself accountable to prepare students for success in high school and beyond. Pre-AP is engaged in longitudinal research to provide detailed efficacy data on student outcomes (see the full report for more details).

“You have to be prepared to defend your ideas, and you have to have evidence to back it up.”

Daniela, Pre-AP Biology Student, New York, NY

Pre-AP Educator Satisfaction

Pre-AP will only be successful in providing equitable and inclusive learning opportunities to all students if educators are satisfied with the program. Overwhelmingly, Pre-AP teachers and administrators recommend continuing to offer Pre-AP courses. See the full report for details.

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