Access to AP Scores Begins July 5, 2019

A student is not completely registered for their AP exam(s) unless they have completed the online exam registration and submitted payment by Nov. 2, 2019.

After Nov. 2, 2019 a $40 late fee will be assessed per exam.

**Students NOT taking an AP class, but would like to take an AP exam, please contact the counseling office to get the Exam Only code.

 

AP EXAM Dates, Registration and Payment Instructions

2020 AP Exam schedule
Week 1 Morning 8 a.m.
Local Time
Afternoon 12 noon
Local Time
Afternoon
2 p.m.
Local Time
Monday,
May 4, 2020
United States Government and Politics Physics C: Mechanics Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
Tuesday,
May 5, 2020
Calculus AB

Calculus BC

German Language and Culture

Human Geography

Wednesday,
May 6, 2020
English Literature and Composition European History

Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Thursday,
May 7, 2020
Chemistry

Spanish Literature and Culture

 

Physics 1: Algebra-Based

Friday,
May 8, 2020
United States History Art History

Computer Science A

AP 2-D Art and Design, 3-D Art and Design, and Drawing
2020 AP Exam schedule
Week 2 Morning 8 a.m.
Local Time
Afternoon
12 noon
Local Time
Monday,
May 11, 2020
Biology Chinese Language and Culture

Environmental Science

Tuesday,
May 12, 2020
Seminar

Spanish Language and Culture

Latin

Psychology

Wednesday,
May 13, 2020
English Language and Composition Microeconomics

Music Theory

Thursday,
May 14, 2020
Comparative Government and Politics

World History: Modern

 

Macroeconomics

Friday,
May 15, 2020
Computer Science Principles

French Language and Culture

Statistics

Pre-AP/AP Program

The Pre-AP/AP Program is offered to further enhance students’ educational opportunities and to provide students with a variety of challenging course options that will prepare them for college and other post-secondary endeavors.

Founded by the College Board, (AP) is a collaborative effort of school districts, high schools, and colleges & universities. Courses are designed to include the curriculum and types of assignments that are expected in corresponding college courses. At the conclusion of each AP course, a standardized exam is administered to students. Many colleges and universities award college credit to students based on their exam performance.

 

Pre AP Courses:

Algebra I, II                                       Geometry
Biology                                              Oklahoma History
Chemistry                                         Spanish II, III, IV
English I, II                                        Trigonometry/PreCalculus
French III                                           German III
Chinese IV

 

AP Courses:

Biology                                                Latin
Calculus AB, BC                                Music Theory
Chemistry                                           Physics I, C-Mechanics
Chinese                                               Psychology
Computer Science A                        Spanish Language
English Language                             Statistics
English Literature                             Studio Art 2-D, 3-D, and Drawing
Environmental Science                   Computer Science Principles
U.S. Government & Politics            Comparative US Gov & Politics
European History                              U.S. History
World History                                    Human Geography
French Lang. & Culture                    German Language