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.



2017 AP Scholars:

All AP Scholars, Pictured Left to Right - Front Row: Rafey Duchesne, Alondra Lopez, Xochilth Ortiz, Roxana Lopez, Jacqueline Arana, Tania Lopez, Bianca Munguia, Anna Grace Rogers, Anna Hodges, Surbhi Bhatter, Yinhe Huang, Roberto Ortiz and Morgan Young. Middle Row: Ana Espitia, Bronte Rosenbluh, Jadon Clark, Grant Goldberg, Noah Bartoo, Viviana Huijon, Emanuel Ramirez-Pineda, Cristian Vergara, Canada Awad, Elle Lyles and Hillary Dong. Back Row: Erin Nelson, Georgia Bronson, Caroline Coleman, Eduardo Valdez, Emily Harper, Marcos Perez, Harrison Hughes, Gricelda Aguilar, Jonathan Shaheen, Anthony Calderon, Charles Alderman, Eli Hasselberg, Sergio Pena and Martin Gamez.

Students who received a score of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams are considered AP Scholars. Those students are:

Gricelda Aguilar

Charles Alderman

Canada Awad

Surbhi Bhatter

Clay Britton

Georgia Bronson

Anthony Calderon-Schuler

Jadon Clark

Caroline Coleman

Hillary Dong

Ana Espitia

Martin Gamez

Grant Goldberg

Anna Hodges

Viviana Huijon

Priya Khote

Elle Lyles

Will Martin

Erin Nelson

Roberto Ortiz

Xochilth Ortiz

Sergio Pena

Emanuel Ramirez-Pineda

Bronte Rosenbluh

Jonathan Shaheen

Eduardo Valdez

Ana Wong

The AP Scholars that graduated May 2017 are:

Rachel Akins

Adan Alvarez

Oscar Becerra

Matthew Davison

Gabriela Fernandez

Colton Fromm

Katherine Griffin

Luis Hernandez

Maddux Houghton

Mitchell Land

Kim Le

Jordan Long

John McClurken

Richara Mears

Daren Meza

Emery Mullins

Jaime Ortiz

Devyn Otts

Erick Perez

Marshall Phillips

Antonio Ponce

Ansley Simmons

Caden Stokes

Brandon Stuart

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:

Jacqueline Arana

Noah Bartoo

Emily Harper

Eli Hasselberg

Alondra Lopez

Tania Lopez

Talmadge Martin

Luis Moreno

Bianca Munguia

Sheshan Patel

Olivia Richardson

Cristian Vergara

The AP Scholars with Honor that graduated May 2017 are:

Margaret Phinney

Parker Putnam

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:

Israel Agundis

Rafael Duchesne

Madison Esters

Yinhe Huang

Harrison Hughes

Marcos Perez

Anna Rogers

Morgan Young

The AP Scholars with Distinction that graduated in May 2017 are:

Hannah Barry

Anthony Bundros

Sarah Kate Coleman

Nicholas Farris

Allison Greene

Thomas Jackson

Nathan Moore

Nicolas Perez-Carreno