Over the two weeks of Advanced Placement (AP) testing this May, 428 students will take 881 AP exams in 24 different subject areas.
The two most popular AP courses for the 2018-19 School Year are United States History (112 students) and Psychology (108), followed by English Literature in senior year and English Language in junior year.
For over 150 years, La Salle College High School has provided a college preparatory education for young men in the Philadelphia area. La Salle students are taught to be critical thinkers who are well prepared academically, able to communicate effectively, and lead confidently.
Our curriculum is faith-centered, academically challenging, and designed to prepare young men for the future. Featuring a wide variety of electives, our college preparatory program of studies is designed to challenge students to realize their academic potential.
Learn more about our AP Program and view the Full Program of Studies at https://www.lschs.org/academics/overview.
In our latest LStalks Podcast, La Salle's Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Mr. Nicholas Coggins recently sat down with WEXPtv's Jeffrey Adamo '20 to talk about La Salle's robust AP Program as AP Testing Kicks off on Monday, May 6th.