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Volunteers are needed for AP Exams!

We are currently looking for adult volunteers to help with check-in, distribution of materials, and being an extra set of eyes to prevent possible cheating. The exams are held from May 6th until May 17th, with 1-2 sessions per day. It also acts as an opportunity to get an inside look at what your student should expect to experience when they take their own AP exam.

Please use the link below for sign up if you would like to help. 

2018 AP exam scores 

College Board began releasing 2018 AP exam scores on July 5th. For information on how to access your scores, use this link: Collegeboard

AP Exams 2019

2019 AP Exam Schedule

Week 1 Morning (check-in 7:30am) Afternoon (check-in 12pm)
Monday, May 6th Government  Environmental Science
Tuesday, May 7th Spanish Language Japanese
Wednesday, May 8th English Literature (12th grade) European History
Thursday, May 9th Chemistry Psychology
Friday, May 10th US History Computer Science Principles 
Week 2 Morning (check-in 7:30am) Afternoon (check-in 12pm)
Monday, May 13th Biology Physics C: Mechanics 
Tuesday, May 14th Calculus AB & BC Art History
Wednesday, May 15th English Language (11th grade) Macroeconomics 
Thursday, May 16th   Statistics
Friday, May 17th Microeconomics Computer Science A

how to register

Registration Dates

Date Registration Fee
Jan. 7th- Mar. 6th Regular                       $100 per exam
Mar. 7th- April 18th Late $100 per exam and additional $55 fee per order

Access Registration

  • Use this link to access Total Registration
  • If you took an AP exam last year, be sure to use the same email address when accessing the Total Registration site. 
  • SCHS students pay for all AP exams using the Total Registration website. NO payments will be accepted on campus.
  • Print a copy of your AP exam registration and payment confirmation for your records.
  • *** No refunds will be granted for exams that are cancelled after 3/6/17 at 11:59pm ***

Financial aide, accommodations and conflicts 


  • Students requesting financial assistance must have a copy of their Free and Reduced Lunch letter or provide a copy of their parents income tax return.  Please contact Haileigh Hopper at for more information. 
  •   It is the students responsibility, not the school’s, to figure out if you have a scheduling conflict.  Please contact Mrs. Hopper ASAP if you are seeking and alternative test date or have questions. 
  • There are forms to be completed for EACH of these requests. Please see the "RESOURCE" section at the top of this web page for the forms.                


  • If you currently receive testing accommodations or need to apply for approved accommodations through College Board, you need to speak with Ms. Spencer in Guidance by February 22nd. College Board takes several weeks to complete the approval process. 


testing day

What Students Can Bring

  • Photo ID (school or state-issued ID)
  • Several sharpened No. 2 pencils (with erasers) for completing multiple-choice answer sheets. 
  • Pens with black or dark blue ink only
  • A watch that doesn't have internet access, doesn't beep, and doesn't have an alarm.
  • Up to two calculators with the necessary capabilities if taking Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, or Statistics. Review the Calculator Policy page of the College Board website for the specific calculator policy: Apstudent collegeboard calculator policy
  • Snacks and water are allowed, but you need to remove the labels and keep items in clear plastic bags or clear containers. These can only be accessed during the ONLY DURING THE BREAKS (with the exception of pre-approved medical accommodations).
  • A ruler or straightedge if they are taking the AP Physics exam. Protractors are not allowed.
  • Social Security number (for U.S. citizens) for identification purposes (optional).
  • If you are testing at a different school site please see Mrs. Hopper BEFORE your exam. You will need to bring your AP Student Pack and a photo ID.

What Students Cannot Bring

  • CELL PHONES ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE TESTING ROOMS. Students need to leave their phones in their cars or lockers.
  • Electronic equipment (cell phone, smartphone, smartwatch or other wearable technology, laptop, tablet computer, etc.), portable listening or recording devices (MP3 player, iPod®, etc.), cameras or other photographic equipment, devices that can access the internet, or any other electronic or communication devices.
  • Highlighters, books, reference materials, compasses, protractors, mechanical pencils, No. 3 pencils, correction fluid, dictionaries, notes, or colored pencils
  • Scratch paper; notes can be made on portions of the exam booklets or, for Chinese Language and Culture and Japanese Language and Culture, on scratch paper provided by the proctor.
  • Clothing with subject-related information.
  • Ear plugs.


Clearing Absences

Students will no longer be using special forms to get excused from classes on their exam days. The district is going to automatically excuse students from classes held DURING THEIR EXAM. No action is needed by the student/parent/teacher for this.

However, if a student is deciding not to attend classes prior to the exam or after the exam, THEY WILL NEED TO BE CALLED OUT/EXCUSED BY A PARENT, just like any other school day.

Key Dates to Remember

Jan. 7th

AP Exam Registration Opens (via Total Registration)

Feb.  22

Last day to request SSD accommodations 

Feb.  27

Last day to submit  Late Testing Request

Mar. 6

Payment Window Closes - ends $100/per exam* And last day to request a refund 

Mar    7        -    April 18

Late Registration- $100 per exam and additional $55 fee per order


Please email Haileigh Hopper at

or visit College Board for 

additional information