AP Spanish Literature and Culture

The AP Spanish Literature and Culture course introduces students to the formal study of a representative body of Peninsular and Latin American literary texts. Students study a variety of genres and types of discourse, enabling them to trace the history of Spanish prose from Don Juan Manuel to modern times. Throughout the course, students engage in extensive analysis, critique, and discussion of authentic literary works. Students learn to read more critically, and write and speak clearly in Spanish, while becoming acquainted with major movements in Hispanic Literature. The course is conducted completely in Spanish.


Spanish IV Honors or equivalent


Students who enroll in AP courses must take the end-of-course AP exam. The cost of these exams is paid by ACPS.



School Level

High School


10, 11, 12

Elective Credits