Advanced Placement (AP)

Students of Elder High School can earn college credit and placement by taking Advanced Placement (AP) courses and scoring well enough on the AP Exams. AP subjects offered at Elder include Art, Computer Science, English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and World Languages. A detailed listing of available AP courses within these subject areas can be found in the Related Links section of this page.

Dual-Credit Courses

Additionally, Elder offers several dual-credit courses. Students successfully completing a dual-credit course will receive a transcript from the college or university offering their chosen course. Students should check with the college or university they plan to attend after high school concerning their acceptance of transfer credit.

Explore below to learn more about our dual-credit courses offered through our partner institutions.

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  • Mt. St. Joseph University

    • Accounting (3 credit hours)
    • American Government (3 credit hours)
    • Computer Science (6 credit hours)
    • Economics (3 credit hours)
    • AP English Literature & Composition (3 credit hours)
    • Physics (4 credit hours)
    • Psychology (3 credit hours)
    • Introduction to Sports Management (3 credit hours)
    • U.S. History (6 credit hours)
    • World History (6 credit hours)
  • University of Cincinnati

    Courses offered through UC's College Credit Plus program:
    • Engineering Thinking & Design (3 credit hours)
    • UCIT Program
  • Thomas More University

    • Biology (6 credit hours)
    • Biology of the Human (3 credit hours)
    • Environmental Earth Science (3 credit hours)
    • Nutrition for Life (3 credit hours)
  • Cincinnati State

    • Welding (3 credit hours)

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    Dr. Patrick Tucker 

    Asst. Principal, Dean of Academics