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To implement Pre-AP in your school, you’ll need to select teachers or staff to fill these roles. These tables give an overview of each role’s responsibilities, access, and more.

AP and Pre-AP

Pre-AP and AP share many of the same resources, so in some cases you won’t need to take any additional steps to access Pre-AP resources. For example, if your school already has an AP coordinator who has access to AP Classroom, that person will automatically have the same level of access to Pre-AP Classroom, because it’s the same platform. See the tables for details.

Important Notes

Schools must complete the Pre-AP Course Audit to receive official Pre-AP course designation and access to Pre-AP Classroom for course teachers.

Pre-AP Classroom is the online platform for teacher and student instructional resources, assessments, and online professional learning. Coordinators and administrators can access Pre-AP Classroom to view these resources, as well as view or manage course section teachers and class rosters.

If you need to update the contact information for any of these roles, or aren’t sure who is listed as the contact, email us at [email protected].

Understand Each Role

Roles for Your School

AP or Pre-AP Coordinator AP or Pre-AP Administrator & Instructional Coaches AP or Pre-AP Course Audit Administrator
Role Definition and Guidelines
  • Primary campus point of contact for College Board and Pre-AP
  • AP coordinator and Pre-AP coordinator can be 2 different people, or 1 person serving a dual role
  • AP coordinator role requires specific eligibility (see the AP Coordinator’s Manual for details)
  • See list of Pre-AP coordinator responsibilities in the Pre-AP Coordinator’s Manual.
  • Campus administrators supporting the Pre-AP coordinator and instructional implementation
  • Non-teaching campus leaders supporting Pre-AP course teachers (principals, assistant principals, instructional coaches)
  • Non-teaching district leaders supporting Pre-AP implementation for the campus
  • Must be available to complete Course Audit responsibilities during the summer months
  • Person responsible for reviewing/approving teacher Course Audit submissions (all teachers must complete Course Audit for access to Pre-AP Classroom resources)
  • Can be the Pre-AP coordinator or another school leader
Platform They'll Use
AP/Pre-AP Classroom AP/Pre-AP Classroom AP/Pre-AP Course Audit
What Codes Are Needed to Access the Platform?

AP/Pre-AP coordinator access code

  • See campus Pre-AP coordinator for codes
  • Code use is limited to 2 people per school
  • If AP coordinator, no additional steps needed for Pre-AP

Support:

AP/Pre-AP administrator access code

  • See campus Pre-AP coordinator for codes
  • Code can be used by up to 20 people per school
  • If AP administrator, no additional steps needed for Pre-AP

Support:

AP/Pre-AP Course Audit administrator access code

  • See campus Pre-AP coordinator for codes
  • Code use is limited to 2 people per school (teachers do not need this code for Course Audit)
  • If AP Course Audit administrator, no additional steps needed for Pre-AP

Support:

What Can They Do There?
  • View classes, teachers, and students
  • Access teacher and student instructional resources, assessments, and performance data
  • Modify/manage all classes and student rosters
  • View classes, teachers, and students
  • Access teacher and student instructional resources, assessments, and performance data
  • View—but not modify—all classes and student rosters
  • Affirm implementation requirements
  • Approve teachers for AP/Pre-AP Classroom access
Resources