Christopher Columbus High School

A Catholic School for Young Men in the Marist Tradition since 1958
Academic Life

AP & Dual Enrollment Classes

Excel at an Accelerated Pace

Providing a higher degree of sophistication in reading and analytical/critical thinking skills and greater depth of subject area, our 31 Advanced Placement and 22 Dual Enrollment courses allow qualified students to excel at an accelerated pace while earning college credits.

Dual Enrollment courses are classes taken at Columbus High School and taught by our faculty for which Florida International University and St. Thomas University will offer college credit. 

AP Courses Offered at Columbus

Art Drawing
French Language & Culture
Art History
Human Geography
Calculus AB
Calculus BC    
Physics 1
Capstone Seminar
Physics 2
Capstone Research
Physics C: Mechanics
Comparative Government    
Spanish Language & Culture
Computer Science
Spanish Literature & Culture
Computer Science Principles
English Language & Composition
Studio Art 2D
English Literature & Composition
Studio Art 3D
Environmental Science
U.S. Government & Politics
European History       
U.S. History
World History

* Columbus students consistently attain passing averages on the AP exams that are significantly higher than state and national averages, with the vast majority scoring a 3 or greater.

Click here to find out more information about the College Board's AP program.
Christopher Columbus High School | 3000 SW 87 Avenue | Miami, FL 33165 | (305) 223-5650
Christopher Columbus High School is a private, Roman Catholic, college-preparatory high school, conducted by the Marist Brothers of the Schools. We aim to make Jesus Christ known and loved, as we prepare young men for higher education and for their continuous challenge of harmonizing faith, culture and life. We foster a family spirit among all who are committed to the success of the school and promote opportunities to work together as a community of learners. 

Columbus is fully accredited by Cognia and is a member of the Marist Association of Secondary schools, the National Catholic Education Association and the Independent Schools of South Florida.