- Integrated Math 1/2 Essentials
- Integrated Math 2
- Integrated Math 2 Honors
- Integrated Math 2/3 Honors Accelerated
- United States History
- AP United States History
- AP Humanities 11th Grade (AP US History + AP English Language)
PRACTICAL ARTS / CAREER TECH
- Video Film (VPA credit, CTE Pathway Course)
- Advanced Video Film (VPA credit, CTE Pathway Course)
- TV Production (TPTV & Live Streaming)
- Intro to Business Management
- Advanced Business Management
- Intro to Law
- Accounting Principles
- Business Math
- Work Experience
- Academic Survival (Counselor Recommendation Needed)
- Peer Tutoring
- Teacher's Assistant
- Lab Assistant
- Leadership (New course in 2023-24)
- Associated Student Body (ASB) - Application
- Peer Assistance Listeners (PALs) - Application
AP CAPSTONE PROGRAM
Torrey Pines offers a capstone program for students who are interested earning the Capstone Diploma and/or the AP Seminar and Research Certificate. Below are course profiles and information regarding the program. If you would like additional information, please visit College Board's website.
AP Capstone™ is a diploma program based on two yearlong AP courses: AP Seminar and AP Research. These courses are designed to complement other AP courses that the AP Capstone student may take.
Instead of teaching specific subject knowledge, AP Seminar and AP Research use an interdisciplinary approach to develop the critical thinking, research, collaboration, time management, and presentation skills students need for college-level work.
The College Board developed the AP Capstone Diploma program at the request of higher education professionals, who saw a need for a systematic way for high school students to begin mastering these skills before college.
Students typically take AP Seminar in grade 11, followed by AP Research grade 12. Each course is yearlong, and AP Seminar is a prerequisite for AP Research.
In both courses, students investigate a variety of topics in multiple disciplines. Students may choose to explore topics related to other AP courses they’re taking. Both courses guide students through completing a research project, writing an academic paper, and making a presentation on their project.
Over the course of the two-year program, students are required to:
- Analyze topics through multiple lenses to construct meaning or gain understanding.
Plan and conduct a study or investigation.
Propose solutions to real-world problems.
Plan and produce communication in various forms.
- Collaborate to solve a problem.
- Integrate, synthesize, and make cross-curricular connections.
Students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on four additional AP Exams of their choosing receive the AP Capstone Diploma™. Students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research but not on four additional AP Exams receive the AP Seminar and Research Certificate™.
Students who earn these awards can view and print their diploma or certificate online. The award is also acknowledged on any AP score report that is sent to colleges after the award has been conferred.
Note: the AP Capstone Diploma and AP Seminar and Research Certificate are reported to colleges and universities as AP Scholar Awards and appear in Scholar Roster reports.
**The above description is directly cited from the AP Capstone web page: