Advanced Placement Art History

Advanced Placement Art History (AP Art History) is a course offered in high school through the Advanced Placement Program that gives college level material at the high school level. This class is operated by College Board. College Board administers a test near the end of the course to assess how much the student has learned in Art History, and depending on the score received, colleges generally accept a passing score as credit for an equivalent class at their institution.

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