Advanced Placement (AP)


Currently, students can choose from the following AP classes:
  • AP Biology
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP Calculus BC
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Environmental Science
  • AP Government
  • AP Language and Composition
  • AP Literature and Composition
  • AP Psychology
  • AP Physics B and C
  • AP Statistics
  • AP Studio Art
  • AP U.S. History
  • AP World History
  • AP Microeconomics



Dalton High School offers two college level programs, the Advanced Placement program and the International Baccalaureate program, which offer students college level work while in high school.

The Advanced Placement Program is a challenging academic program designed to provide motivated high school students with college-level academic courses. High school students who complete AP courses demonstrate their mastery of subject material by earning qualifying grades on AP examinations. Dalton High School has offered Advanced Placement courses and exams since 1986.



2018-19 AP Scholars:

Erica Quinonez, Jessica Gonzalez, Litzy Orozco, Jennifer Lopez, Vivi Huijon, Anna Grace Rogers, Amber Fischer, Surbhi Bhatter, Jill Patel, Hillary Dong. Row 2: Gabrielle Allen, Catherine Nguyen, Naomi Paniagua, Taylor Triplett, Brooke Haverland, Evelyne Solis, Chloe Swaney, Cristian Vergara, Lesly Medina, Jackson Wright, Sadie Cowan, Caroline Coleman. Row 3: Lawrence Rich, Monserrat Mendez, Yuritzy Ramos, Anthony Calderon-Schuler, Justin Ketchem, Sean Pye, Jonathan Shaheen, Jake Dean, Oscar Chenard, Keenan Pasqua, Michael Millefanti, Ansh Shah. Not Pictured; Hannah Green, Grace Anderson, Taylor Ramsay, and Laken Land

AP Scholars with Honors:

The students who received an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken, and scored a 3 or higher on four or more of the exams are considered AP Scholars with Honor. Those students are:

Sadie Cowan, Taylor Triplett, Naomi Paniagua, Jessica Gonzalez, Evelyne Solis, Jake Dean, Yuritzy Ramos, Lawrence Rich, Ansh Shah, and Grace Anderson

AP Scholars with Distinction:

The students who received an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scored a 3 or higher on five or more exams are considered AP Scholars with Distinction. Those students are:

Surbhi Bhatter, Anna Grace Rogers, Caroline Coleman, Hillary Dong, Jackson Wright, Anthony Calderon-Schuler, Jonathan Shaheen, Cristian Vergara.


National AP Scholar

Sheshan Patel (Class of 2018)