ap calculus AB online (1st Semester)
This is your course outline for AP Calculus. While our honor courses are rigorous and require a highly motivated, selfdiscipline approach by the student, this AP Calculus course raises that expectation further.
We encourage our students to pursue their highest goals, but we caution students entering this course that it will require more than the normal time devoted than typical courses. You should not need videos supplied by NFC Academy for this course, but if you do we expect the student to be able to easily find such material on their own initiative working with the direction of your instructor. 
These honor level courses from Edgenuity are not written from a biblical worldview and you may find some material that is different from that view we holdfrom our web page on a biblical worldview “we look to the Bible for our beliefs and how we should operate. We believe students at this level can use wisdom in such courses, but if you are uncomfortable, please select from our Ignitia course offerings.
getting starteD in edgEnuity
THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE

MATH COURSE

TAKING THE AP EXAM  COLLEGE BOARD
Students considering taking the AP Exam should be enrolled by the first of September. Taking the AP Exam is not required for high school credit, but could result in both high school credit and college credit if the student meets the scoring criteria passing the exam. Students will need to arrange to take the AP Exam in their local area which would be in May for this cycle. Visit the College Board for details on taking the exam as a homeschool student.
Students considering taking the AP Exam should be enrolled by the first of September. Taking the AP Exam is not required for high school credit, but could result in both high school credit and college credit if the student meets the scoring criteria passing the exam. Students will need to arrange to take the AP Exam in their local area which would be in May for this cycle. Visit the College Board for details on taking the exam as a homeschool student.
Unit 1: Precalculus Review

Unit 2: Limits and Continuity

Unit 3: Derivatives

Unit 4: More Derivatives


