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Advanced Placement (AP)

Advanced Placement (AP)

Advanced Placement exams are rigorous tests administered by the College Board each May.  High school students can earn college credit, college placement, and/or scholarships for qualifying AP exam scores.  All three comprehensive high schools in the Vista Unified School District offer a rich array of AP courses and examinations.   

Contact Information

For more information about the Advanced Placement Program, please contact www.collegeboard.org.

For detailed information about AP courses and examinations at a particular high school site, please contact that school's Honors Coordinator:

  • MIssion Vista High School: Zein Sleiman Stearman
  • Rancho Buena Vista High School: Melissa Neumann
  • Vista High School: Mike Pink

For further information about the Advanced Placement Program in VUSD, please contact Matt Steitz, Director, Curriculum and Instruction.

Advanced Placement Program