Kennebunk High School offers students a chance to take college level courses and potentially earn college credit while in high school. One of the ways is through the Advanced Placement program, in partnership with the College Board. These courses reflect the rigor and pace of college courses and are designed to prepare students for nationally recognized AP exams. Students who score well on the AP exam may be eligible for college credit and/or advanced standing in that subject area when they go on to college.
Currently, Kennebunk High School offers courses in the following:
English Language and Composition
US Government and Politics
Courses via Virtual High School:
More information on Advanced Placement
Working toward College Success
About AP Scores
Explore AP for students
Resources for Parents and Families
Advanced Placement - Jason Sullivan - AP Coordinator
Virtual High School - Beth Keezer
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