Advanced Placement Tests (AP Tests)


    Advanced Placement Tests are given in May to students who have taken AP course work in certain academic areas. The tests are scored from a 1 (low) to a 5 (high), and many colleges may grant credit for scores of 3 or better. A student should always check with the specific college in question to see if credit is granted. Registration for these tests is done in the AP classrooms. All tests are standardized and printed by the College Board Corporation.

    The following AP courses are currently offered:

    • Biology
    • Calculus AB
    • Calculus BC
    • Chemistry
    • Chinese Language and Culture
    • Computer Science A
    • English 11 - Language
    • English 12 - Literature
    • Environmental Science
    • French
    • German
    • Microeconomics
    • Music Theory
    • Physics 1
    • Physics 2
    • Psychology
    • Spanish
    • Statistics
    • Studio Art
    • United States Government and Politics
    • United States History

    The cost for each AP exam during the 2019-20 school year is approximately $95.00 (subject to change).

    2019-20 AP Assessment Schedule

    As a result of school closures throughout the nation, this year the Advanced Placement test will be given to students at their homes.   Students are expected to log in for the AP test 30 minutes prior to their assessment.  The schedule for this year's assessment is below.  All students should take their AP tests during the scheduled time.  In the event of an emergency or unavoidable conflict that might cause a student to take their test, the CollegeBoard will allow them to take it on a Late Assessment day.  

    AP Testing Schedule