AP Courses

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In order to offer academic challenges to its students, AMR is proud to offer a variety of AP and Advanced Courses. The offering of a course on a particular school year depends on student demand.

AP Courses

  • AP Biology – Conceptual approach to the study of molecules and cells, heredity and evolution, and organism populations, accompanied by descriptive and laboratory work.
  • AP Calculus AB – The use of six unifying themes (derivatives, integrals, limits, approximations, and applications and modeling) to provide a multi-representational approach to calculus.
  • AP Comparative Government and Politics – A comparative approach to political institutions and political culture in Great Britain, Russia, China, Mexico, Nigeria, Iran, and the European Union.
  • AP English Literature and Composition – An in-depth, comprehensive view and understanding of English and world literature.
  • AP French Language and Culture – Study of French literature in greater depth and exploration of France’s history and its regions
  • AP Italian Language and Culture – An in-depth study of essential grammatical structures, as well as of Italian culture, through the exploration of Italian civilization, literature, and cinema, among others.
  • AP Spanish Literature – The chronological study, by genre, of the most prominent Hispanic authors from the Medieval period to the present.
  • AP Studio Art: Drawing – Production, organization, and assembly of a personal portfolio for submission to the College Board for college credit.
  • AP United States History – Historiographical approach to United States history, from the pre-Columbian period to the present.
  • AP World History – A survey of global world history from the Neolithic Age to the present, uses a comparative perspective and an encompassing, non-Eurocentric approach to focus on historical changes and continuities in all the world’s regions.

Advanced Courses

  • Advanced History of Puerto Rico – Historiographical approach to the history of Puerto Rico concentrating on the use of primary and non-traditional sources for the study of history.
  • Advanced Chemistry – Equivalent to an introductory level college chemistry course; develops advanced chemical concepts and laboratory techniques.
  • Advanced Pre-Calculus (Pre-cálculo NA) – Honors-level study of functions (polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric) and trigonometric concepts, identities, inverse and Law of Sine and Cosine.
  • Español NA (Advanced Spanish) – The study of poetry, short stories, and essays by prominent authors from Spain, Spanish-speaking America, and Puerto Rico.