Union has consolidated secondary honors and gifted courses into the Advanced Placement (AP) program that follows academic guidelines established by the College Board, a nation-wide organization that focuses on preparing students for college.
The goal of the Union Advanced Placement program is to strengthen curriculum and increase academic challenge for all students. Students are offered pre-AP courses in all core academic areas and are introduced to the essential academic skills necessary to prepare them for success in Advanced Placement and other challenging courses.
Union's Advanced Placement program is recognized by colleges and universities across the nation. Learn more and visit the College Board.
School buildings will remain closed, but Union is committed to resuming your student’s learning. Our intent is to provide a positive academic experience for students without overwhelming parents, and to engage all populations of students, even those who may not have access to the latest technology at home.
At-Home Assignments will be posted on this page by Friday evening of each week through May 15.
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