Mount Carmel High School


    AP Summer Assignments 2016 
    If your course has a summer assignment checkout books from the library May 23 through June 3

    aAP Art History - NONE
    aAP Biology - Click hereBiology 10th edition, Campbell
    aAP Calculus AB - Click here for Prerequisite Requirement
    aAP Calculus BC - NONE
    aAP Chemistry - Click here, Chemistry: The Central Science, 12th Edition, AP Edition (Brown, LeMay, Bursten, Murphy, & Woodward)
    aAP Computer Science - Click here
    aAPEL (11th grade) English Language - Click here, A Farewell to Arms, Ernest  Hemingway
    aAP Environmental Science - NONE
    aAPEC (10th grade) European Civilizations - Click here, Western Civilization: Since 1300, 9th Edition, Jackson Spielvogel
    aAP Gov - NONE
    aAPLit (12th grade) English Literature - Click here, British Tradition: Literature 4th Edition, Bowler.  Twelve American Plays, multiple authors.
    aAP Physics (B,C, E & M) - NONE
    aAP Psychology - NONE
    aAP Spanish Language - Click here
    aAP Statistics - NONE
    aAP Studio Art - NONE
    aAPUSH US History - Click here, PICK UP READER FROM K8 before school or K7 after school. Textbook: American Pageant 16th Edition.

    aHonors Humanities - Click here, Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare

About Advanced Placement at Mt. Carmel

Mt. Carmel offers a wide variety of Advanced Placement courses. As outlined by the College Board, Advanced Placement courses offer students the opportunity to take a college-level course in a high-school setting. All AP courses at Mt. Carmel have been certified and audited by the College Board, and are current in their requirements and preparation.

The rigor of AP courses provides students with a setting that will prepare them for future college courses. In addition, students who score sufficiently high on the AP Exams can earn college credits for their efforts. Last year Mt. Carmel students took over 1,200 exams and 86% (64% in California) of those exams were passed with a 3 or better.

Students interested in enrolling in an AP course should speak to their grade-level counselor and current subject area teacher for more information. While Mt. Carmel follows the College Board's open access and equity policy, several courses involve summer coursework to prepare for the class. Information about this coursework is given during registration in the spring trimester.

Questions about Advanced Placement

Video Descriptions of most AP courses are available here
Questions about taking Advanced Placement courses can be directed to your counselor.

Advanced Placement Courses and Current InStructors

                      AP COURSE       INSTRUCTOR(S)
AP Art History Alison Talle
AP Biology Jodee Janda
AP Calculus A/B Gretchen Triebel
Patty Brooks
AP Calculus B/C Patty Brooks
AP Chemistry Debbie Stenger
AP Computer Science Michael  Engebrits
AP English Language & Composition (11th grade) Allison Bolin
Tram Le-Harkins
AP English Literature (12th grade) Danie Schelhorse
AP Environmental Science Megan Jones
AP European Civilization (10th grade) Lee Raskin
Jim Scherer
AP Government & Politics (12th grade) Kris Hizal
AP Physics B John Earnest
AP Physics C: Mechanics John Earnest
AP Physics C: E & M John Earnest
AP Spanish Language Jeannette Llamas
AP Statistics Victoria Stewart
AP Studio Art Kristine Adams, Bill Harris, Cretia Simonson
AP US History (11th grade) Mindy Davis
Jay Rillo