AP Exams

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    What is AP?​

    The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program® (AP®) enables willing and academically prepared students to pursue college-level studies — with the opportunity to earn college credit, advanced placement or both — while still in high school. AP Exams are given each year in May. A score of 3 or higher on an AP Exam can typically earn students college credit and/or placement into advanced courses in college.  To learn more about AP, go to the following link: The AP Program.​​


    AP information for the 21-22 school year 

    • Fall Payment Dates:
      • This registration window is for all YEAR-LONG AP courses and all fall semester only AP economics and government courses.
      • Early bird ($91)-Sept. 21-Oct. 1st @ 4pm
      • Regular price ($96)- Oct. 1st after 4pm-Oct. 29 @ 4pm
    • Spring Course Only Payment Dates: (for AP government/economics classes in the spring)
      • This registration window is only for spring semester AP economics and government courses.
      • Early bird ($91)-Feb. 1- Feb. 11 @ 4pm.
      • Regular price ($96)- Feb. 11 after 4pm-Feb. 25th @ 4pm.
    • AP Scholarships:
      • Scholarships are only available to SENIOR students this school year. Non-senior applications submitted will not be reviewed.
      • Application window is open from August 25 through Sept. 10 at 4pm.
      • If you are enrolled in a SPRING ONLY AP course (government and/or economics) and are planning on taking the exam, you MUST apply for scholarships in the fall. The window will not open again for spring only courses.
      • Notification of scholarship recipients will only be provided to the email address submitted with the scholarship. Please monitor the email address you provide for notification of awards.

    Follow this link to submit your scholarship information: https://tinyurl.com/KHSAPScholarship21-22AP Scholarship Flier - Seniors Only 

    AP Testing Schedule