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Academics

OCAS Subject Codes

OCAS Code - Oklahoma Cost Accounting System: Codes defined by the State Department of Edu­cation that are used by schools to account for the expenditure of funds. These codes are also used to identify courses taken by students at the high school and technology center.

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Career And Academic Connection

SDE Website (scroll to find documents then choose subject codes)

Oklahoma Promise

High School Curriculum Guidelines (OHLAP) - Scroll to bottom for CareerTech Courses

Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program

Oklahoma Academic Standards

State Standards

Math Standards

Mathematical Actions & Processes

Algebra II

Geometry

Science Standards

Anatomy-Physiology Standards

Chemistry

Environmental Science

Physics

AP Information

Process for Reporting Scores

College Board Courses and Exams

AP Coordinators

APC Coordinator Workshop - This half-day workshop prepares coordinators for the beginning of the school year through fall registration, including accessing, setting up, and managing the new AP Registration and Ordering system.

Counselors Page

Counselors Workshops - Participants will receive updates on College Board programs, as well as tools, tips, and resources designed to make it easier to clear a path to college and career success for your students.

State Department of Education Fee Assistance Information

Cost of an AP Course - Use these estimates to get a general idea of the costs required to launch an AP course. Your actual costs will depend on factors such as location, class size, existing resources, etc.

AP Summer Institute

The Advanced Placement® Summer Institute, held at the University of Oklahoma, is offered to new and experienced AP® and Pre-AP® teachers. They will conclude their institute experience with renewed enthusiasm and be equipped with new ideas and resource materials to use in their classrooms. Save the Date:  Institute Dates: TBD
Registration opens in February 2020.

Additional information

College Board Scholarship

The College Board's AP Fellows is a competitive grant program that provides AP Summer Institute (APSI) scholarships to teachers at high schools serving minority or low-income students who have been traditionally underrepresented in AP courses. Deadline TBD

College Board Scholarship

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