You paint such a bleak picture of the A.P. course. I have been teaching this
since 1986 and I have had many if not half 5's. I have a selected group of
about a yearly average of 10 students. They use works from all four years of
art with me. They begin on their concentration project in their senior year
and work on the breadth section as we go. Many take more than one class in
their senior year such as Art 4 and A.P. We have a good time and they work
very very hard on their portfolio's.
I hope that others will try to get involved with the A.P. course and next
year will be even less complicated with less pieces due in the concentration
and the elimination of sculpture in the 2-d part of the portfolio. You must
contact them about the new regulations for 2002.
San Jose, CA
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