The AAPLE Academy includes 33 freshmen, sophomore, junior, and senior students (a total of 132 students). Each class of AAPLE students acts as a grade level cohort that matriculates through the AAPLE academic pathway, leadership program, and service work together. While many students in each cohort have very similar coursework, only one class is taken with all AAPLE students. This single period acts as the student’s cohort class and taught by an Academy teacher. Each AAPLE student will have one AAPLE cohort class each semester in the areas of leadership integrated English, Science, or History.
AAPLE cohort classes provide an incredibly rich platform of the integration of leadership curriculum, projects, and enrichment.
Current cohort classes include:
- English 9 H
- English 10 H
- AP American Language and composition
- AP American Literature
- AP Environmental Science
- AP World History
- AP American History
- AP American Government
- AAPLE Leadership Seminar (senior capstone course)