AP Physics C
AP Physics C is the calculus-based AP course that follows the curriculum set up by the College Board. It is designed so that the first semester (more or less) is Mechanics (motion, force, energy, rotation) and second semester is Electricity & Magnetism (electrostatics, DC circuits, magnetism, electromagnetism).
AP Physics C can earn you two semesters of calculus-based engineering physics, and it is actually given as two half-exams. (This means that it only fills up one time-slot in May, but the College Board will charge you twice. What a scam.) A college or university may choose to give you credit for one semester or the other or both. Some students choose to only take the Mechanics credit and re-do E&M because E&M is more creepy and abstract and many students feel less comfortable with the material. Your teacher will be happy to give you wisdom on what to do in March when it's time to sign up for AP exams.
AP Physics is taught by Dr. Snake, with occasional assistance by Mr. Breig.
I mentioned that AP Physics C is the calculus version of AP; there is also an AP Physics B course (Taught by Ms. Breig) which is algebra-based and moves at a really fast pace because if covers three semesters of college physics. The B course isn't accepted for all college majors, though, and a wise scholar would do some research to determine which is the "best" option for that individual.
The AP Physics exam is Second Monday in May in the afternoon session. (Both the B and C exams are given during the same time slot.) Good luck.