Advanced Placement (AP) examinations, sponsored by The College Board, are three-hour exams based on a full-year, college-level course in high school. The exams are given once a year in May.
Who take AP exams?
Students enrolled in Advanced Placement courses in high school will take the respective exam in May, near the completion of the course. Scores from the AP exams may be used in college credit and placement.
How does a student register for the AP exams?
Students will need to complete registration through the school counselor’s office.
Junior year – AP Exams in May
Senior year – AP Exams in May