Advanced Placement Testing


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Who should take these tests?
All students enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses
. Students who score well, generally a score of 3 or above, may be eligible for college credit. View the AP Credit Policy at your College/University: AP College Credit Policy

2019 AP Testing Schedule

May 6 Morning - Government & Politics: US
Afternoon - Environmental Science / Chinese Language and Culture
May 7 Morning - Spanish Language and Culture / Seminar
Afternoon - Physics 1 / Japanese Language and Culture
May 8 Morning - English Literature and Composition
Afternoon - French Language and Culture / European History
May 9 Morning - Chemistry / Spanish Literature and Culture
Afternoon - Psychology / German Language and Culture 
May 10 Morning - U. S. History 
Afternoon – Computer Science Principles
Studio Art (portfolios due)
May 13 Morning - Biology 
Afternoon - Physics C
May 14 Morning – Calculus AB / Calculus BC
Afternoon – Human Geography / Art History
May 15 Morning – English Language and Composition
Afternoon – Italian Language and Culture / Macroeconomics
May 16 Morning – World History / Government & Politics: Comparative
Afternoon – Statistics
May 17

Morning –  Microeconomics / Music Theory
Afternoon – Computer Science A / Latin


 AP Registration Instructions

 Download paper AP registration

 AP Online Registration

The AP Exam Schedule with testing information, room assignments, locations and times

 Exam Schedule with Room Assignments, Locations and Times - coming soon

 2019 Bulletin for AP Students and Parents

 Boletín para estudiantes AP y sus padres