The A.P. Physics course is designed to be the equivalent of the general physics course usually taken during the first or second year in college. The student will study the theoretical aspects of physics which will include: vectors, kinematics, dynamics, circular motion and rotation, work and energy, momentum, elasticity and vibration, wave motion, sound, electricity, electric potential, electric potential and power, direct current circuits, electromagnetics, alternating current circuits, and electrical applications. The goal is for the students to position themselves to take the A.P. Physics exam. Enrollment limits may apply and students must maintain a B- average.