• AP 2023 Deadlines & Fee Information

    For Parkway South High

  • Important Dates

    August - September 2022 - Students enrolled in AP classes will "join" their teachers' AP Classrooms to access supportive materials for the AP class.  This is for all AP classes with the exception of Comparative Government*.

    August 2022 - May 2023 - AP teachers may choose to make assignments in their class's AP Classroom.  Students are responsible for signing into their myap.collegeboard.org account and checking for any assignments in their AP Classrooms. 

    September 26, 2022 - Students will be billed for their AP exams for all the AP classes they are enrolled in for the year, with the exception of AP Comparative Government.

    September 27, 2022  through November 2, 2022- Students who plan to take one or more AP exams will pay for their exam or exams, with the exception of AP Comparative Government.

    September 12, 2022 through November 2, 2022  - Students who do not wish to take one or more AP exams will complete a Google form to cancel each AP exam and give a reason for not taking the exam.  The reason is required by the College Board to be able to cancel the exam.   

    November 2, 2022  - Payment for AP Exams is due for all exams, with the exception of Comparative Government. 

    November 3, 2022 - March 2, 2023 - Students can add or cancel any of their AP exams.  The College Board charges a late order fee that would be added to the cost of the AP Exam (the cost will be updated in September 2022).  The College Board charges an exam cancellation charge (cost to be updated in September 2022) for any full year or first semester exam that was ordered.  Students can be refunded what they paid minus the cancellation fee up to March 2, 202.

    For students enrolled in AP Government.  AP Government is the only South High class that has two AP Exams associated with the AP class.  The first semester the focus is on US Government & Politics, which is aligned with the AP US Government & Politics exam.  During the second semester, the focus shifts to an international view in comparison to the United States, which aligns with the AP Comparative Government & Politics exam.  Since students are not introduced to the Comparative section, the AP Comparative Government & Politics exam is considered a second semester option, not a full year class, allowing students to make a decision during early second semester. 

    January 17, 2023 - January 27, 2023 -  Students enrolled in AP Government classes will "join" their teachers' AP Classrooms to access supportive materials for the AP Comparative Government & Politics class.

    January 30, 2023 - Students enrolled in AP Government will be billed for the AP Comparative Government & Politics exam.

    January 31, 2023 through March 2, 2023- Students who plan to take the AP Comparative Government & Politics exam will pay for their exams online or in the South High bookstore.

    January 17, 2023 through March 2, 2023  - Students who do not wish to take the AP Comparative Government & Politics exam will complete a Google form to cancel the AP exam and give a reason for not taking the exam.  The reason is required by the College Board to be able to cancel the exam.   

    March 2, 2023  - Payment is due for the AP Comparative Government exam. Late order exams are not an option.  

  • Important Financial Information

    The AP exam cost is $100 per AP exam.  

    Payments are paid to the South High Bookstore.  Parents will see the charges in the Parent Infinite Campus account.  Payments can be made online or in the bookstore.

    After the AP Coordinator orders the AP Exams for AP 2023, making the College Board's deadline in early November, any exam that is cancelled has a $40 cancellation fee.  After the exam order, any exam added has a $40 late order fee.  These fees are charged to Parkway South High by the College Board and are the responsibility of the student and parent/guardian.

    Students with a financial need should contact Ms Robin Seuc, AP Coordinator, directly to discuss their individual situation. 

    Here is a chart for those that prefer to see a visual presentation of the steps involved:  Click Here for the Chart