AP Exam Information


You will find information necessary for registration for the AP Exams in May of 2018 on this page. There will be a pre-registration meeting for students prior to the testing dates; this mandatory meeting will occur during the school day. The students will receive notice of the date of the pre-registration meeting as it approaches. 
 
All AP exams will be administered at Spalding. The room locations will be determined by the number of students who register for each exam. The location of each exam will be announced at the pre-registration meeting.
 
Students taking an AP exam only need to be present for their exam. Students do not attend classes on the days they take an AP exam. Also, students do not need to wear their uniform the day of their exam.  Students should dress comfortably and follow all handbook guidelines on appropriate attire
 
Pages three and four of the linked Bulletin for AP Students and Parents detail the specific security and administration procedures for the exams. Beginning on page five are details testing expectations. (Please pay careful attention to the section on cell phones, Bluetooth-enabled devices, MP3 players, PDA’s or any communication or electronic device).
 
The morning sessions will begin at 8:00 am, and the afternoon session will begin at noon; you should plan to arrive at least 15 minutes prior. Students cannot begin the exams late. Refreshments and snacks will be provided during breaks.
 
 
The cost of each exam will be $94.00.  IF THE STUDENT DECIDES NOT TO TAKE THE EXAM AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN ORDERED, THE COLLEGE BOARD WILL ONLY BE ABLE TO REFUND $40.00. Online registration must be completed by Friday, March 2nd using the link on the right side of this page. 
 
A reminder:
 
Juniors taking an English Exam will be taking the English Language Exam
and
Seniors taking an English Exam will be taking the English Literature Exam

AP Exams at ASHS

Art History
Biology
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
Chemistry
Computer Science A
Computer Science Principles
Environmental Science
English Language (Juniors)
English Literature (Seniors)
European History
French
Government & Politics: U.S.
Human Geography
Latin: Vergil
Macroeconomics
Microeconomics
Music Theory
Physics 1: Algebra Based
Physics 2: Algebra Based
Physics C
Psychology
Spanish Language
Statistics
Studio Art
US History
World History