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Online AP European History High School Course

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Online AP European History ClassTake AP European history online and earn 1.0 credits toward your high school diploma (and qualify for free college credits). It's 100% free for Wisconsin students.

AP European History

Description:

This course is a study of the social, economic, cultural, intellectual, political and diplomatic history of Modern Europe and its place in the history of the world from the fall of Constantinople to the fall of the Berlin wall and the Soviet Union.

AP European History will be taught at a level and rigor equivalent to that required of students in a college freshman or sophomore Modern European History course. The course objective is to develop an understanding of the major periods, ideas, movements, trends and themes that characterize European history from approximately 1450 (the high Renaissance) to the present.

Students will develop the ability to analyze historical evidence and express understanding and analysis in writing, with the goal of being well prepared for university level work. The course will correspond to recent trends in history curricula at the undergraduate level and will prepare students for the College Board examination in European History given in the Spring.

First semester content begins with the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance period in Europe and concludes with the study of Napoleon. Second semester content begins with the Conservative Order and reform movements of the early 1800s and ends with modern times - the study of the West at the dawn of the 21st century.

Learning Targets:

  1. Writing: Develop a thesis, support with multiple forms of evidence, and provide analysis with an explanation in written form.
  2. Reading: Identify main ideas, analyze supporting details, and evaluate inferences within discipline-specific readings.
  3. Content: Apply content in order to evaluate relationships and draw conclusions.
  4. Communication: Produce clear and coherent communication in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and evidence.

Prerequisites:

None

Length:

Full Year

Grade Level:

10th Grade  11th Grade  12th Grade

This is a NCAA Certified Class

eAchieve Academy is an official NCAA-accredited online school in Wisconsin and this online Advanced Placement European History class meets the NCAA core course requirements. To see the full list of NCAA-approved online high school courses offered by eAchieve Academy, visit the NCAA Eligibility Center (use school code #502388).

What to know about your online AP European History class

Course at eAchieve are offered strictly online so that students can maintain their freedom in roaming anywhere to take their class—even from the comfort of their own home! Diplomas received from eAchieve are 100% legit and are accepted at all accredited Universities and colleges nationwide.

When we make it easier to get your degree, why not challenge yourself with the free AP classes we offer? Get your diploma and some college credit, all in one.

Are AP classes hard?

AP students are expected to write, read, comprehend, and communicate at a freshman college level. Although AP coursework may be difficult, many of our students find that our AP European History course is challenging but not outrageous.

Is it worth taking AP classes?

The rigorous work you need to put into AP courses can be intimidating, but the benefits of taking an online AP course are worth the hard work. In addition to gaining incredible knowledge, students will get college credit and college course experience to prepare them for future higher education courses.

How do AP classes work?

The two-semester AP course takes about a school year to complete, and works much like a regular class, except a little harder. AP European History coursework involves in-depth analysis of complicated events and deep understanding of how those events affected Europe and the World. At the end of the year, student will take the AP exam to determine how much college credit they’ve earned.

Are AP classes necessary to graduate?

AP class are not necessary to graduate, but they are helpful in applying for college and staying debt-free. AP U.S History, along with other AP course, prepares students for a future of further education that standard courses just can’t match.

Can I take AP classes online?

Absolutely! eAchieve offers an extensive collection of online AP classes for high school students to enroll in. Start your path today to further your knowledge, advance your credits, and prepare for college with courses offered at eAchieve.

How many AP classes should I take?

Research often helps students figure out how many AP classes they should take in a year, but someone’s ability to handle coursework changes often. Challenge yourself at first, but try not to overwhelm yourself with work.

How does the weighted AP GPA work?

One of the many benefits of taking AP classes is that they count higher towards your GPA: which means that it is possible for students to achieve a GPA greater than 4.0! Some see it as a challenge, others as a safety net in the event that an AP course is harder than they expect (but never impossible).

How do I take AP classes outside of high school?

Start your path to online AP classes today to begin getting college credit, advance your knowledge, and prepare yourself for higher education with the courses offered at eAchieve all on your terms.

Are some AP classes better than others?

It depends what your academic goals are. If you already know what kind of career you want to pursue, you should choose AP classes that will give you a head start in your college major. If you haven’t taken AP classes before, you’ll probably be better off choosing subjects where you have a strong interest and successful track record.

Does it matter if I take AP European History instead of regular history class?

For college-bound high school students, the value of AP classes is that they prepare you for college level coursework and can even earn you college credits while still in high school. Check out our complete guide to the differences between AP, Honors and regular classes.

Is AP European History open to homeschooled students?

Yes, it is. Online AP classes have many benefits for homeschooled students. Whether you follow a homeschool curriculum or attend a brick and mortar school, you’re eligible to enroll in up to 2 online courses through eAchieve each semester.

Is taking AP European History a good idea?

AP classes aren’t necessarily the best choice for all students, but they provide important advantages for students planning on college after high school. Check out some pros and cons of AP classes to help you decide what’s right for you.

Is AP European History harder than a college course?

AP courses are intended to have the same level of difficulty as a first-year college course in the same subject. Students who score well enough on AP exams can earn college credit while earning their high school diploma.

Do AP classes look good on college applications?

In general, yes, colleges like seeing AP classes on your transcript. But they’ll also be looking at your grades and AP exam scores, so if you’re not up to the challenge of AP coursework you may be better off earning a good grade in a regular class.

Should I take AP European History at the same time as other AP classes?

Many motivated high school students are able to successfully manage multiple AP courses at once. It all comes down to your organizational and time management skills.

Will AP European History or dual enrollment look better to colleges?

While both types of courses can be valuable, AP classes tend to have a slight edge in terms of college admissions. When considering AP classes vs dual enrollment it comes down to your academic goals after high school graduation.

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