AP/DC Courses

AP / Dual Credit Courses

Here at Southport High School, we offer a number of Dual Credit and AP courses.

Our dual credit courses are offered through IU, Vincennes, IUPUI, and University of Indianapolis.  Dual Credit courses are classes that High School students have the opportunity to take to earn High School and College credit.  Please note that each dual credit course has a different requirement and these requirements will need to be met to earn the college credit.

To earn a college credit in an AP course you must take the AP exam in May and score a 3 or higher to receive college credit.

Courses Offered:

Advanced Placement Courses (AP)                  Honors (H)

Biology                                                                      Algebra I

Calculus AB                                                             Algebra II

Calculus BC                                                             Biology I

Chemistry                                                                 Chemistry I

Chinese IV                                                               Chinese III

Computer Science                                                   English 9, 10

English Language/Comp                                       French III, V

English Literature                                                   Geometry

Environmental Science                                          German III, V

French IV                                                                  Pre-Calculus

German IV                                                               Spanish III, V, VI

Human Geography



Honors/Gifted and Talented(HG/T)

Physics I                                                                                            English 9, 10

Physics II

Physics C


Spanish IV


US Government

US History

World History

Dual Credit  (DC)

Chemistry 101

Chemistry 105

Computer Programming

English Composition

English Literature

Finite Mathematics

Project Lead the Way (all courses)

US Government

US History