AP : International Recognition Earn University Credits Prepare for College Save Money & Time

“Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of minds to think.”

Albert Einstein


Advanced Placement (AP) is a rigorous academic program that prepares students for the transition from high school to university, and is the largest academic enrichment program in the world. 

Advanced Placement courses provide students with an opportunity to get a headstart on university and even to earn university credits and advanced standing in university. When students complete an AP course, they have the choice of using the higher grade on either their AP or diploma exam when applying to university or college. Completing AP courses also makes students eligible for scholarships and grants only open to AP students.

The Advanced Placement courses students take at W.P. Wagner High School are recognized by 3,900 universities in over 30 countries!

Why take AP?

According to the College Board, more than 2.8 million students in grades 9-12 took AP exams in 2019. World history, English language and composition, calculus, government and politics, statistics, and psychology are some of the most popular AP subjects.


Students taking AP classes can earn college credit, prepare themselves for the rigors of higher education, and even skip introductory classes at the next level. Scoring well on AP tests also helps students qualify for admission to the nation’s top postsecondary institutions.

The Warrior Advantage

International Recognition

The AP courses students taken at W.P. Wagner School are recognized by 3,900 universities in over 30 countries!​

Change the

Discover the power you have inside of you to affect change on a world that needs you to change it.


Students work with enriched material at an accelerated pace, fostered by passionate teachers and peers.​

Variety of

We offer a diverse catalogue of AP courses, including the largest Capstone and Art programmes in the province. ​


AP Students still learn the Alberta Curriculum, so it doesn’t change what you learn, but it does change how you learn, surrounded by critical thinkers asking captivating questions.

Prepare for

Because AP classes move at a similar pace to university courses, students get a sense of the commitment, time management, and other skills they’ll need to achieve success at the next level.

W.P. Wagner High School

Advanced Placement


The Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone Program is developed to meet the needs of students who want to enhance their study in other AP courses. The program focuses specifically on developing research, collaboration, and teamwork skills, which are increasingly valued in post-secondary and business worlds. 


AP Capstone is comprised of two courses, AP Seminar and AP Research, which complement the discipline focused AP program. Students who participate in the AP Capstone program and take four other AP courses while in high school, will receive the AP Capstone diploma.


For more information, please read the  AP Capstone diploma pamphlet 

3 Year Plan


English 10-1 AP

Social 10-1 AP

Math 10C AP

Math 20-1 AP

Science 10 AP

Elective 1

Elective 2

Elective 3


English 20-1 AP

Social 20-1 AP

Math 30-1 AP

Biology 20 AP

Chemistry 20 AP

Physics 20 AP

AP Seminar



English 30-1 AP

Social 30-1 AP

Math 31 AP

Biology 30 AP

Chemistry 30 AP

Physics 30 AP

AP Research



February 28 from 7:30pm to 8:30pm

Art & Design


Capstone Research

Capstone Seminar

Calculus AB


Computer Science

English Language

English Literature

European History

Physics 1

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