There are several options for taking AP courses outside of your high school. Here are a few options you might consider:
- Online schools: Some online schools offer AP courses that you can take from the comfort of your own home. These courses are usually self-paced, so you can work on them at your own pace. One of the example of such online high school is Orion High School.
- Community colleges: Many community colleges offer AP courses, either through their regular course offerings or through special programs. These courses are often more affordable than those at four-year colleges and universities.
- Four-year colleges and universities: Some colleges and universities offer summer programs or other non-degree programs that allow high school students to take college-level courses, including AP courses.
- Private tutors or teaching centers: You may be able to find private tutors or teaching centers that offer AP courses or review classes. This option can be more expensive than other options, but it may be a good fit if you need a lot of individualized attention.
Before enrolling in an AP course outside of your high school, be sure to check with your school to make sure that the credits will transfer and that you will be able to sit for the AP exam at the end of the course.