Congratulations on taking the challenge of an AP course and for committing to taking the culminating AP exam. This is certainly not a routine year, but it has been inspiring to watch so many rise positively to the occasions that have been presented.
We strongly value the advantages and support of in-person testing, so all students will be scheduled to take their AP exams during the Administration 1 testing window which is May 3 - 7, 10 - 12, 14, and 17. These exams will be in-person in a “paper and pencil” format. See the Exam Dates for specific test dates and times. In-person testing will accommodate all established school safety requirements including the rSchool health screening app, temperature scans, hand sanitizer, masks, and social distancing of at least 3 feet.
Students that prefer to test remotely at home in a digital format will need to contact their Assistant Principal by April 15. To help with the decision, please see this link for more information and a video regarding the AP digital exams.
Should a student decide not to take the AP exam, there is no cancellation fee for this year nor is there a deadline to cancel the exam. Students should contact their Assistant Principal to assist with test planning as soon as they decide to cancel an exam.
Students can send one score report for free to the college, university, or scholarship organization of their choice. Score reports include both this year's and past AP Exam scores. Go to My AP and select the “score send” tab under “My AP Profile.”
Please direct AP exam questions to your respective Assistant Principal. We are happy to help!
Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction: Jori Bowen, firstname.lastname@example.org, 847-838-7260