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There are many online schools that offer AP courses that are accredited by CollegeBoard. I'm taking a couple through the EDX portal which is a consortium of top elite colleges that offer very inexpensive classes. Since they are so inexpensive I'm not sure they all give you an HS credits or an equivalent certificate of completion but certainly, if you are on a budget they are better than just self-studying for the AP tests. The ones offerest by UC California schools, Northwestern and Johns Hopkins are probably the best resources ones and 100% legit and have the most offerings. AP classes are not canceled unless your school is canceled if you live in the US. Good luck
So for AP the only way I know of is online AP classes and that may be reserved for the summer but I’m not sure.
But as others have said their are other options but one they forgot about was CLEP. Essentially CLEP is a pure test taken at a college (not high school) that offers it. The thing is I’m pretty sure you have to take it at the college and the credit only applies for that school and is untransferable. And that gives college credit.
But if you want rigor take as many honors as is feasible (if available) and you should have good rigor as you are evaluated in the context of what your opportunities are at the high school.
Hope this helps and comment if you need clarification.
Also if I got something wrong with CLEP please excuse me as I am not very familiar with it.