The Pre-Advanced placement (Pre-AP) Program at Doral Academy is a program which gives students an opportunity to be a part of an enthusiastic community of students who are excited about learning. The courses that are offered are advanced courses designed to challenge and motivate students to understand rigorous content. Pre-AP middle school courses are designed to prepare students for high school Advanced Placement (AP) courses. AP courses are college level courses taught in a high school setting. At the end of each AP course, an AP Exam is given. Qualifying scores on the AP exams can enable students to receive college credit and/or advanced standing at a university or college.
Application process is required for acceptance into this program.
Students must meet the following eligibility criteria:
  • Pass the FCAT with a 4 or higher
  • Must have a grade of “B” or higher in previous academic courses (i.e. English, Math, Science, etc.)
  • Have permission from the parent/guardian, school counselor and
  • Must maintain a grade of “B” or higher in their Pre-AP courses. If a
    student earns a “C” or lower in any one Pre-AP course he/she may not be allowed
    to continue the Pre-AP Program
Pre-Advanced Placement Courses
Students will become skilled readers in a variety of literature and become skilled writers. Reading and writing should make students aware of the interactions among ideas, voice, word choice, sentence and etc.
Students will have a more rigorous academic experience on the nations of Canada and Latin America, with an emphasis on history, geography, Civil War, culture and life today.
Students will learn and study the human body system as well as the cell structure. Students will be performing numerous hands-on labs. Studies throughout the course will include purposeful observation and forming hypothesis. They will be required to go further in depth with their research and be held to more rigorous standards as they develop and conduct their experiments.
 If you have need additional information, you may contact the Student Service Department.