Advanced Placement and Dual Credit Courses
Beginning in the 2012-2013 school year, Mississinewa High School is proud to be chosen one of nine schools throughout our state to participate in the AP-TIN-IN initiative sponsored by Notre Dame. This program was created to encourage students and train teachers in advanced placement high school courses. Advanced placement courses are more rigorous core classes in English, math, and science taught in the high school, by high school teachers, with an option to “test-out” of their corresponding undergraduate college courses at the end of the semester.
At Mississinewa we also offer some dual credit courses that students take for both high school and college credit. These courses usually have a fee involved, but most students find it considerably less expensive than waiting to take the class for college credit only.