The 2017 AP Exams will be administered over two weeks in May
All students enrolled in Advanced Placement courses take Advanced Placement exams. Advanced Placement courses offered through the College Board Advanced Placement Program include Biology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Chemistry, Comparative Government and Politics, Computer Science A, English Literature and Composition, English Language and Composition, Environmental Science, European History, French Language and Culture, Human Geography, Italian Language and Culture, Latin, Macroeconomics, Physics 1: Algebra-Based, Physics C: Mechanics, Psychology, Spanish Language and Culture, Spanish Literature and Culture, Statistics, Studio Art 2D, Studio Art 3D, Studio Art Drawing, United States Government and Politics, United States History, and World History.
Seven hundred, ninety-nine (799) students sat for 1,707 Advanced Placement exams in May 2015.
NATIONAL RECOGNITION PROGRAMS:
68 Scholars with Distinction
A few notes for Morning Tests:
Students testing at 8: a.m. will not check-in at homeroom.
Students should return to class immediately after testing and resume their regular schedule for the remainder of the day. If testing runs through their regularly scheduled lunch, then they will eat lunch before returning to class.
A few notes for Afternoon Tests:
Students are to report to lunch at 11:00 a.m. and then report to their testing location by 11:45 a.m.
Students should return to class immediately after testing and resume their regular schedule for the remainder of the day.
Some tests will run past 2:30 p.m. and those students will need to make alternate arrangements to get home.