World History Advanced Placement (WHAP) Home Page
Bingham gazes upon the fallen bodies of students who failed to make enough effort!
AP World History: Modern1st PeriodWyatt Bingham 0J44WDV
AP World History: Modern2nd PeriodWyatt Bingham 0YEPXZA
AP World History: Modern5th PeriodWyatt Bingham 07Z4E3A
AP World History: Modern8th PeriodWyatt Bingham 07KE669
Wondering how to access the Strayer text on the HUB? Check out the file above!
Getting the Text on the Hub
Click on the Hub.
Click on Library at the top of the page.
Search for your course book (For example: AP World History.)
You will see both a student version and a teacher version. You will need to add each separately.
Click on the correct book.
Click on the button in the top right corner that says, Add.
You can also click on the green button, View Resource.
Tips: Turn off your pop up blockers and use Explorer.
The text is available through the HUB. If you wish to purchase a hard copy, It is available at the school store or at retailers such as Amazon;
WHAP or not to WHAP?
That IS the question. This is a decision for you, not your parents. There are no half-hearted WHAP students, they either engage fully, or they drop. Read the former student's advise below, and then make up your mind. This isn't about how smart you are, it's about how hard you will work.
Here is analysis of student performance (in aggregate) from last May's exam. Note that some students took the regular exam, while some took an alternate. They are scored and normed in the same way. In summary, 31 of 50 student earned a top score of 5, while 100% of HSPVA students passed the exam.
Strayer and Bingham