High School

Advanced/AP Courses

Advanced Placement

Wisconsin Virtual Learning currently offers 14 Advanced Placement Courses, which prepares students to continue with their postsecondary education, and the opportunity to receive credit and advanced standing at most universities.

AP Language and Composition
AP Literature and Composition

AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
AP Statistics

AP Biology

AP Macroeconomics
AP Microeconomics
AP Psychology
AP Government
AP US History
AP World History

AP Spanish
AP French

College Level Examination Program

The College Level Examination Program allows students who have gained knowledge through independent study, advanced high school courses, noncredit adult courses, and/or professional development to take examinations for possible college credit. Depending on a college’s CLEP policy, a satisfactory score on each CLEP exam can earn students up to 12 credits.

College Board offers 33 CLEP exams which are representative of courses typically offered in a student’s first two years of college.

Youth Options

Wisconsin’s youth options program allows public high school juniors and seniors who meet certain requirements to take post-secondary courses at a UW institution, a Wisconsin technical college, one of the state’s participating private nonprofit institutions of higher education, or tribally-controlled colleges. Approved courses count toward high school graduation and college credit.

The program opens the door to greater learning opportunities for motivated students considering a technical career, wishing to begin college early, or preparing themselves to enter the workforce immediately after high school graduation.

Under youth options, a student does not pay for a college course if the school board determines the course qualifies for high school credit and is not comparable to a course already offered in the school district. If approved by the school board, the student can receive both high school and college credit upon successful completion of the course. A student who successfully completes their high school graduation requirements earns a high school diploma regardless of whether the requirements were met while attending a high school or college.