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Welcome to the AP Academy
at Flagstaff High School
Senior Capstone Presentations will occur on Monday, April 17th and Wednesday, April 19th at 5:00pm in the Hurley Theater at Flagstaff.
The list of presenters and topics is available below
Time Date Student Mentor Topic/Title
5:00 17-Apr Rouvier, Ravi Lenz Courtyard Pond Restoration
5:15 17-Apr Garcia, Tayler Lenz Bringing Experimental Common Gardens to the FHS Courtyard
5:30 17-Apr Parra, Kaitlynn Lenz Through the Microscope; Interning at Tgen
5:45 17-Apr Hazel Walker      Taylor
Effects of Glen Canyon Dam on the Ecosystems Below
6:00 17-Apr Anderson, Kaden Meyers I'm all ears; how musicality affects communication
6:15 17-Apr Flynn, Wyatt Bain Gravitational Waves
6:30 17-Apr Vollmer, Peter Bain Emergency Situations; A bridge unbridged
6:45 17-Apr Cashmore, Claire Bain Programmable prosthetics
Time Date Student Mentor Topic/Title
5:00 19-Apr Maya Holliday Brumm
I want YOUTH!
Service learning and youth advocacy on the Colorado Plateau
5:15 19-Apr Tappan, Brandon Taylor Tourism Effects and Improvements in Flagstaff
5:30 19-Apr Goodman, Christina Stearns Promoting STEM education by designing interactive museum curricula
5:45 19-Apr Conn Minister, Marissa Stearns Renewable Energy Products for Developing Countries
6:00 19-Apr Manone, Lydia Stearns The Rio de Flag; the variation in water quality from source to sink
6:15 19-Apr Frain, Hannah Stearns Policy implications of forming connections with veterans
6:30 19-Apr Lober, Amelia Stearns Family Fun at the AHS Pioneer Museum

Contact the FHS counseling office for registration materials;   928-773-8100 
Email Jeff Taylor, Chair of the AP Academy, at jtaylor@fusd1.org for more information 
We are excited to announce the launch of our new magnet program at Flagstaff High School...the Alpine InstituteLearn more about it here.
Come and learn about the program, courses, and opportunities for your student in the AP Academy. Ask questions, talk to current students, and learn how this program will help prepare your student for college.

Flagstaff Unified School District was named to the College Board's 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll. We are one of only three districts in Arizona to receive that award for increasing the number AP course offerings, percentage of students earning 3 or above on AP exams, and increasing access to AP courses for underserved minority populations.
AP Honor Roll  
Contact the main office at 928-773-8100 for more information 

Flagstaff High School is rated as an "A" school by the Arizona Department of Education, the highest rating possible for a school in the state.
Are you ready for a unique learning experience that will enable you to succeed in college?

The AP Academy will expose you to challenging college level courses and exams where you can earn college credit, stand out in the admission process, gain valuable preparation for succeeding in Tier 1 universities, and learn from College Board approved instructors!                
View the AP Academy Requirements to see what the AP Academy has to offer.


FAQs and Scenarios for the different AP Academy Diplomas. 
The AP Academy also offers students an opportunity to connect with their peers and make a difference in their community through Guest Speaker events and the Senior Capstone Project.

For more information contact Flagstaff High School at 928-773-8100 or email questions to jtaylor@fusd1.org


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