ADVANCED PLACEMENT AND COLLEGE COURSES
Advanced Placement (AP) courses offered at WCCS
AP US Government & Politics
AP US History
AP World History
All students who take AP courses will earn a weighted score of 1.1 on their high school transcript.
For example: If a student earns an 80% for a grade than it is weighted 1.1 so on the transcript it will show as 88%. All students who take AP courses are also required to take the AP exam in May. Depending on how the student performs and which college and major they choose, the student may earn college credit for the class.
There is a cost to take AP exams. The cost changes from year-to-year: Advanced Placement Course Online Information
Accelerated College Enrollment (ACE Courses) offered at WCCS
ACE is a concurrent enrollment program in which high school students take college courses at their high school and earn college credit through Corning Community College (CCC) or Genesee Community College (GCC). All courses are taught at the student's high school by high school faculty who have the appropriate degree and credentials required by CCC and GCC to be approved as adjunct instructors.
COURSES OFFERED THROUGH CORNING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
* Corning Community College's tuition is currently $58 per credit hour but is subject to change from year-to-year. For more information, please visit the CCC website
COURSES OFFERED THROUGH GENESEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Health Academy (Application Process: Seniors Only)
WCCS also offers the following GCC course:
For more information please visit the GCC website.
All students who take ACE courses will earn a weighted score of 1.1 on their high school transcript.
For example if a student earns an 80% for a grade it is then weighted 1.1 so on the report card it will show an 88%