• Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

    Advanced Placement is a program run by College Board that allows students to take special high school courses that can earn college credit and/or qualify students for more advanced classes in college.  AP classes are designed to give students the experience of an intro-level college class while in high school.  College credit may be earned, depending on the score a student receives on the AP exam at the end of the course.  Below is a list of the AP classes that are offered at Dothan High School, along with a short video description of the course.   





     AP Spanish

    Mrs. Rebekah Sewell








    AP Calculus AB

    Coach Haley Williams








    AP Statistics

    Mr. Ben Turvin








    AP Human Geography & AP US History

    Mr. Dishon Benjamin







    AP English Literature & Composition

    Mrs. Sherrie Salem







    AP English Language & Composition

    Mr. Jonathan Dismukes







    AP Computer Science

    Mr. Paul Blankenship








    AP Chemistry

    Mr. Ryan Richards








    AP Biology

    Mrs. Keely Brewer








    AP Physics

    Mr. Cory Crawford








    AP Research & AP Seminar

    Mrs. Melanie Fore






    AP Government & AP Macroeconomics

    Mrs. Angie Trupia







    AP Psychology

    Ms. Shelby Morrow & Ms. Jessica Moulton