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Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement Summer Assignments

Summer Assignments for Advanced Placement courses are available. These summer assignments should be completed by those students who are currently enrolled in these courses for next year (this does not include those students who are planning to advance into an AP course(s)). 

Textbook pick-up for Advanced Placement Summer Assignments are available:

  • Before School

  • Brunch

  • After School

  • Monday, June 6, 7, & 8th from 8:00 - 1:00 pm

 

AP Students: College Board Website

College Board website for students.

  • You will need to create a username and password--which you will use through your academic career (high school through college).
  • Site for your scores, obtaining assistance for preparing for the exam, relationship with courses and fields of study in college, and much more.
  • How to Sign-In to and Sign-Up for a College Board account?
Students: Get your Scores!

AP Scores are online beginning in July. 

  • LOG ON to apscore.org to get your scores
  • Look for a reminder in July at the email address you put on your AP answer sheet.

If you have forgotten your Username:  Forgot Username

If you have forgotten your Password:  Forgot Password

AP Resources FOR FAMILIES

 

Explore AP - This link will provide a variety of information regarding AP courses and exams. 

 

Advanced Placement: Contact Us

Students and Parents

888-225-5427

apstudents@info.collegeboard.org

International: +1-212-632-1780

Fax: 610-290-8979


Advanced Placement School Code: 053218

College Credit and Placement Information

College Credit and Placement Information

  • Based on student performance on rigorous AP exams, students can earn credit, advanced placement, or both for college.
  • Most US colleges and universities grant credit or advanced placement.
  • Policies vary between institutions--see link for specific information.
Online Communities From College Board for Students

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