AP Calculus BC
The Advanced Placement Program in mathematics is under the direction of the College Examination Board. Calculus BC is equivalent to two semesters of college calculus. In addition to gaining experience with the basic techniques of differential and integral calculus and their applications, the content of the BC syllabus allows students to study sequences and series. Additional knowledge of the theoretical tools of calculus is required. A TI–84 graphing calculator will be used throughout the course and is recommended. A TI–84 graphing calculator will be used throughout the course. Students are expected to provide their own calculators. Students will be required to purchase a textbook. Students who do well in this course typically have a B or better in Pre–Calculus. This course is designed to prepare students to take the College Board Exam. Students must earn a “C” grade or better both semesters and take the College Board Exam in May to receive weighted credit. The class will meet one block period everyday first semester and one block period every other day second semester. Students must register for A, B & C courses. This course does not require a different course registration number for Dual Enrollment.
For the 2019-2020 school year, AP Calculus BC meets 2nd and 6th period (double block for first semester), and 2nd period only for semester 2. All notes will be posted at our class website which is CANVAS.
AP Calculus BC Canvas Link
Please bookmark that link. Once school begins, you will be able to login to that site using your school login credentials. Parents may request access as well. Summer packet is posted below.