• According to the College Board, the AP Capstone program is AP Capstone™ is a diploma program from College Board based on two yearlong AP courses: AP Seminar and AP Research.  In SD#308, AP Seminar is a Social Studies credited course for graduation credit.  Students taking AP Research earn high school English graduation credit.

    AP Capstone courses are described by the College Board as "Rather than teaching subject-specific content, these courses develop students’ skills in research, analysis, evidence-based arguments, collaboration, writing, and presenting. Students who complete the two-year program can earn one of two different AP Capstone awards, which are valued by colleges across the United States and around the world.  Students participating in AP Capstone can help students stand out to colleges, become independent thinkers, develop key academic skills, and more."

    To learn more about the AP Capstone program from the College Board, please visit their AP Capstone website for further information.

    To learn more about the specific AP Seminar and AP Research courses at Oswego High School, please contact the instructors and supports listed below:

    AP SEMINAR

    Instructor: Jen Keto; jketo@sd308.org

    Social Studies Department Chair: Jen Keto; jketo@sd308.org 

     

    AP RESEARCH

    Instructor: Kristin Lavelle; klavelle@sd308.org

    English Department Chair: Amy Howerton; ahowerton@sd308.org