AP and IB Programs
Determining the best High School (HS) course of study can be one of the most difficult decisions parents make with their sons and daughters. However, the more information one has often leads to a better decision making process. As the Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program Coordinators, it is our job to assist parents and students in receiving accurate information about courses, programs of study and to advise them on their academic planning. The American School of Doha (ASD) students have performed remarkably well in their AP and IB courses and have matriculated at the world’s finest colleges and universities. It is a pleasure to be involved with these robust and successful programs and to participate in their continued growth and development.
At ASD we offer AP, IB, and U.S. High School college preparatory courses for our Grade 11 and 12 students, all of which prepare ASD students for success at universities and colleges of their choice. The information provided here will present specific details about the AP and IB program and courses. It is also recommended that students and parents discuss course selections with their current teacher to get advice on appropriate course requirements and choices. Please note that ASD is not an open testing center for AP and IB Courses. For additional information on both AP and IB programs, please visit www.collegeboard.org and www.ibo.org. In addition, information is available on our Learning Management System, Teneen, and in our school’s weekly newsletter, Sahifa.
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions about our AP and IB programs, please do not hesitate to contact us.