AP and Dual Credit Courses

Faith West offers traditional classroom AP courses and online dual credit courses through LeTourneau University. This program affords juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit as well as credit for high school in certain courses. The guidelines are as follows:

  • Must be a junior or senior in high school
  • Must be accepted into the program
  • There is a fee that is payable directly to LeTourneau ($350 per course for 3 college credits).

How to Register for AP/DC Courses

AP courses require that you are registered in the AP section of the course.  The academic advisor can handle this request for you.  Remember that if you take the course as an AP course, you MUST take the AP exam at the end of the year.  AP tests vary in cost each year but typically run $90 to $100 per course.

DC courses require you to register for the course at LeTourneau.  Please see the course descriptions below and then complete the registration steps at LeTourneau.

LeTourneau University

AP/DC Course Selections

Faith West offers the following AP/Dual Credit Courses.

Dual Credit Courses through LeTourneau University
  • English Composition 1 (ENG1013)
  • English Composition 2 (ENG1014)
  • U.S. History 1 (HIST2113)
  • U.S. History 2 (HIST2123)
  • U.S. Government (POLS2503)
  • Intro to Speech Communications (COMM1113) 
AP Courses at Faith West
    • AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based – This course may be taken by a junior or a senior. 
    • AP Biology – This course may be taken by a junior or a senior. 
    • AP Calculus AB – This course may be taken by a junior or a senior.
    • AP European History – This course may be taken by a sophomore.
    • AP US History  – This course may be taken by a junior. 
    • AP United States Government and Politics – This course may be taken by a senior. 
    • AP English Language and Composition  – This course may be taken by a junior. 
    • AP Literature and Composition  – This courses may be taken by a senior. 
    • AP Seminar – This course may be taken by a sophomore, junior or a senior. 
    • AP Art History – This course may be taken by a sophomore, junior or a senior.
    • AP Studio Art – This course may be taken by a junior or a senior.
    • AP Psychology – This course may be taken by a junior or a senior.
    • AP Computer Science – This course may be taken by a junior or a senior.

*All AP students are required to take the AP exam in the above courses except for AP Studio Art, which requires a portfolio.

2020 AP Test Dates

  • May 4 – US Government and Politics – 8 am
  • May 5 – Calculus AB – 8 am
  • May 6 – English Literature and Composition – 8 am
  • May 6 – European History – Noon
  • May 7 – Physics 1: Algebra-Based – Noon
  • May 8 – US History – 8 am
  • May 8 – Art History – Noon
  • May 8 – Computer Science A – Noon
  • May 11 – Biology – 8 am
  • May 12 – Seminar – 8 am
  • May 12 – Psychology – Noon
  • May 13 – English Language and Composition – 8 am