• "Welcome to the 2022-2023 AP Year"


    • STEP 1: Join your AP classroom
                  • Read/listen to this presentation and join your AP classroom. Use this form to join your AP classroom

    • STEP 2: Paying for your Exam
                  • Read the parents' letter here to learn details on how to pay for your exam(s)
                  • Read/listen to this presentation on how to pay for your exam(s)

    • STEP 3: Know your test schedule

    • STEP 4: Terms and Agreements
                  • Please read and review the terms and agreement conditions noted on this link prior to testing.

    • STEP 5: Test Day Details
                  • Please view the presentation for all details.

    • Resources

    • AP Scores and College Credits
      click this link

    • 5 Tips for AP Course Success

    Welcome to AP®! Whether you’re a veteran AP student, or taking a course for the very first time, know that the work you do in an AP course will help you prepare for college and beyond. Each AP course you take will provide you with the opportunity to:

    • Tackle college-level work
    • Develop critical and useful skills that will help you in future AP classes and in college
    • Stand out to colleges and scholarship organizations

    Below are five tips and other free resources to keep in mind as you gear up for your next AP course.  

    1. Use AP Classroom

    Use your College Board account login details to sign in to My AP and join your AP class section by entering the join code provided by your teacher. Then access AP resources,  where you can visit AP Classroom and see each course you’re in. Check out daily learning videos, practice materials, and your personal progress dashboard. Discuss with your AP teacher how AP Classroom will be used with your coursework. After each class lesson, you can check your skills and get immediate feedback on where to focus your time and attention. 

    2. Watch AP Daily Videos and AP Daily: Live Review

    You can watch AP Daily Videos that align to every topic in every unit. These short videos will help build your knowledge and skills across units. They can be viewed on any device with internet access. Also watch recordings of AP Daily: Live Review from previous years on-demand in AP Classroom, if you’re unable to watch live. Join experienced AP teachers as they help you review and practice for the upcoming AP Exams.

    Log in to My AP to start watching.

    3. Search College Credit Policies

    Taking an AP course and exam gives you the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. As you start to plan for college, you should become familiar with the credit policies at colleges and universities you’re interested in attending. The AP Credit Policy search tool will show you exam scores each university accepts per course for advanced placement, credit, or both. Or learn more about whether your state offers specific policies for credit.

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     4. Connect with Colleges

    Taking AP courses and exams helps you stand out to colleges and scholarship programs – hear from them directly by joining Student Search Service. With a few clicks, you can learn about scholarship programs and colleges across the country without ever leaving home. Students who are contacted by colleges through Student Search Service receive, on average, 29% more offers of college admission.

    5. Stay Motivated

    Take advantage of our Healthy Habits for Building Confidence where we give you strategies for success, whether in the classroom or beyond. Taking care of yourself is the best way to stay motivated!


    For more information about AP, be sure to visit AP Students.

  • How to Get Your AP Exam Scores Online

    • Sign up for a College Board account at collegeboard.org/register before July
    • You may already have an account-try signing in to confirm
    • Remember your CollegeBoard account username and password and also your AP number(or student ID number if you provided it on your AP answer sheet)
    • Sign in to find the exact date when you'll be able to access your scores
    • Look for an email reminder in July
    • Sign in at apscore.org to get your scores