While in high school, students are responsible for multiple financial decisions that can impact their lives in the long run. Therefore, it’s crucial for students to be financially knowledgeable to be able to make the decisions for their future. In this article, we will discuss the basics of investing and tips on what to invest for high school students.
High school students have various options for high school courses, from regular classes following either state standards or the Common Core Standard to specialized and advanced courses ranging from Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), AICE, and A-Level. Let’s dive deeper into understanding the International A Level and AS Level and how students can take advantage of the program to advance their academics and future college life.
AP Biology and AP Environmental Science both are popular choices for high school juniors. For students who are considering taking either examination, it’s critical to understand the course and exam content of each course and evaluate your ability as well as your current schedule. Keep reading to learn more about the difference between the two exams, and why you might want to choose one over the other.
Class signups at the beginning of the semester are always challenging for students and require detailed planning from previous years. When it comes to class registration, students often hear the term Dual Enrollment or Dual Credit. These two terms can sometimes be confusing because they depend on the program structure as well as state regulations. We will cover everything about dual enrollment, from what it is, how to sign up, and its pros and cons.
(AP and IB) Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate scores and course credits have long been considered as part of college applications along with other requirements. However, AP and IB scores do not have to be the only demonstration of academic ability and college readiness. If your school doesn’t offer IB or AP classes, don’t be too worried. This article will discuss 6 high school alternatives to AP and IB, so you can have various options to consider.
Advanced Placement testing season is coming up soon this May! For students approaching the testing season or just beginning to choose which subjects to take, keep reading to learn more! Today, we will discuss AP Calculus and AP Statistics, and their differences and guide you through choosing either one.
The Advanced Placement examination period is getting closer, and students have another semester to finish preparing for the examination. AP Calculus, amongst other AP exams, attracts a large number of students, with almost 400,000 students worldwide taking either the digital or paper AP exam before June of 2021. As students prepare for the exam, what should they keep in mind, and how should they put their best foot forward? Let’s read the article to learn more.