AP Exams

Advanced Placement (AP)

  • AP Scores are now available through your College Board account.  If you paid for an exam and did not test, the district processed those refunds in late June.  Please reach out to Mrs. Prange if you have any questions.

    ***UPDATE FROM COLLEGE BOARD: There will be no paper administration of the AP exam this year.  AP exams will only cover content that most students and teachers covered in class by early March. For each subject, two different testing administrations will be made available online to students. Updates regarding AP exams may be found here

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    2019-20 Important Dates: 

    • November 7 - online registration deadline for semester 1 or yearlong course exams
    • November 7 - payment deadline for semester 1 or yearlong course exams
    • January 10 - deadline for requesting testing accommodations for any AP exams
    • February 28 - registration deadline for semester 2 course exams (Human Geography and Comparative Politics ONLY)
    • February 28 - payment deadline for semester 2 course exams (Human Geography and Comparative Politics ONLY)
    • 2020 AP Exam Schedule with dates and times

    Payment: 

    • Each exam is $94
    • Payment will be made in the school store by November 7 (or February 28 for semester 2 only courses)
    • Exams can be paid for with cash, check (made out to Parkway Central) or money order (must be in person in the school store)
    • If your family qualifies for Free/Reduced lunch and you plan on registering for any AP Exams, please contact Mrs. Prange for information on fee reductions

    Should I take an AP Exam?

    This is a decision that may be easy or may require some individual research.  If you or your student knows where they might be applying or attending college, you can search using the link below to see what AP Exam score you would need to earn in order to receive credit, what kind of credit you would receive at a particular school, etc.  You do not have to share your AP scores with colleges, but you can potentially earn college credit if you achieve the score that they are looking for: 

    AP Credit Policy - Search by College

    ALL STUDENTS MUST BRING TO EACH EXAM: photo ID, pencils, a pen with black or dark blue ink, and calculator (for any science or math exams).  Backpacks, cell phones, and other electronic devices will not be allowed in the testing rooms, so please plan accordingly.