Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Credit

Honors Courses

Honors Courses are designed to challenge the student in a deeper study of the subject by improving their analytical and critical thinking skills. Students should expect to do a major project each semester, have additional reading compared to the regular course, complete in-depth essay test questions, and spend additional time on homework and assignments.

Honors Courses
English I Algebra I Biology World
Cultural Geography
Spanish I Marching Band
English II Algebra II Chemistry Human Geography
Spanish II Concert Band
English II
Geometry Chemistry II World History Spanish III Music Theory
English III Pre-Calculus Anatomy US History Spanish IV  
English IV Calculus Earth and Space Science Government American
Sign Language I
    Environmental Science Economics American
Sign Language II
    Marine Science   American
Sign Language III



Advanced Placement Courses

Advanced Placement Courses are designed to mirror college courses. Most college courses include many hours of out-of-class reading, research, and study. AP Courses at CCHS are no different. Due to the amount of material to be covered, students should expect to have homework over the weekends, holidays, and days school is closed. The material covered in class is only the highlights; therefore, it is very important that students remain current on assigned reading. Each AP Course has specific requirements related to the particular course of study. That information will be given to the students by the teacher when the class begins. 

Advanced Placement Courses
AP American Government AP Macroeconomics
AP Art -2 D, Drawing and 3D (rotating years) AP Psychology
AP Calculus AB AP Spanish Language
AP Chemistry with Lab AP Spanish Literature
AP Computer Science Principles AP Statistics
AP Environmental Science AP US History
AP Language & Compositon AP World History
AP Literature & Composition  


Teacher Recommendation Form for Honors and AP Courses


Dual Credit College Courses

Dual Credit Courses are college courses through St. Petersburg College. Students earn both high school and college credit for these courses. The courses are taught by our instructors during the school day on our campus. Course work is expected to be academically challenging and students are expected to meet the demands of doing college work. Students enrolled in Dual Credit Courses must meet the admission requirements for St. Petersburg College. 

Dual Credit College Courses
English Composition I  English Composition II
US History I US History II
World Religions Religions in America
Intermediate Algebra College Algebra



Please select the link below for Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Process

Dual Enrollment Process