Warren Connect is proud to announce a partnership with Tennessee AP Access for ALL.
This partnership will let Warren Connect students take Advanced Placement courses such as AP Calculus, AP Statistics, AP Computer Science, and many more that are not currently offered in a traditional, face-to-face classroom environment. Warren Connect students will be able to take these courses at no cost.
Earlier this year, the Tennessee Department of Education partnered with the Niswonger Foundation to help more students earn college credit while in high school.
The department announced a new program called Advanced Placement Access for All in the spring of 2021.
The program provides students across the state with access to AP courses, virtually. The goal is to eliminate financial barriers and help students take AP courses that aren’t currently offered at their home high school.
“Director Grant Swallows and I worked together over the course of the summer to bring this opportunity to Warren Connect students,” said Dr. Courtney Bennett, director of Virtual Learning for Warren County Schools. “I appreciate his commitment to the improvement and advancement of virtual learning across our district. We have more good things in store for our distance learners and I’m excited about what the future holds.”
Bennett added, “In addition to AP Access for ALL, Warren Connect students may also take advantage of dual enrollment courses through Warren Connect’s partnership with Motlow State Community College. We are also in the process of developing certification options for Warren Connect students through our local TCAT campus that we plan to begin in the spring of 2022.”
Currently, Warren Connect is the only school in the Warren County School District to offer these Advanced Placement courses through TN Access for ALL to local students.
Students can still apply to enroll in Warren Connect.