Dual Credit Opportunities
Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
FHHS offers many AP courses. AP courses are college-level courses established through the College Board, and taught in high school classrooms. AP students are required to take the end-of-course AP exam in May. Students receive a score of 1-5 on their exam. Some colleges award credit for certain scores (typically a 4 or 5), but this varies at each college.
There is a fee for AP courses, but it is significantly reduced for students who qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch.
See the course catalog and master schedule on the homepage for AP course offerings.
College in the High School
Students at FHHS have the opportunity to take FHHS courses that offer FREE college credit. Talk to your teacher or Hailey in the CCC for more information, or see the course catalog on the homepage.
College in the High School courses at FHHS include:
- Human Anatomy & Physiology
- AP Calculus
- Computer Science
Any junior or senior can access courses at our local community college, Skagit Valley College (SVC). SVC offers a wide range of courses that FHHS students can take to meet their high school graduation requirements AND earn college credit. Tuition is covered, though students may have small book fees. Talk to Hailey in the CCC for more information, and check out the following document to learn how to get started with Running Start.