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    • Make sure to bring a couple #2 wooden pencils (sharpened) and a black or blue ink pen to your testing sessions. 
    • If you are taking the Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics I, or Physics C test you will also need to bring a calculator. Please ask your teacher about the calculator policy as each test allows for a different type of calculator. 
    • You should leave everything else at home, in your locker, or in your car... including your cell phone!
  • Please logon to MySchoolBucks and pay your AP testing fees. All fees should be paid by April, 2020. If you believe you qualify for a fee reduction, based on the parent letter, please contact Ms. Griffin @ 303-387-3511.
2019 Exam Dates and Subject
DateExamTimeLocation
Monday, May 4

US Govt & Politics

8:00 am. -11:45 am.


Tuesday, May 4
Physics C-Mechanics12:00 pm. - 2:30 pm.
Tuesday, May 5
Calculus AB & BC8:00 am. - 11:30 am.
Tuesday, May 5Human Geography12:00 pm. - 3:00 pm.   

Wednesday, May 6
English Literature & Comp8:00 am. - 11:30 am.
Wednesday, May 6European History12:00 pm. - 3:00 pm.
Thursday, May 7
Chemistry  8:00 am. - 11:30 am.


Thursday, May 7Physics 112:00 pm. - 3:00 pm.
Friday, May 8
Studio Art Submission  
Deadline 3:00 pm.

Friday, May 8US History8:00 am. -11:30 am.

Monday, May 11
Biology8:00 am. - 11:30 am.
Monday, May 11Environmental Science12:00 pm. - 3:00 pm.
Tuesday, May 12
Spanish Language8:00 am.  -11:45 am.

Tuesday, May 12
Psychology12:00 pm. - 3:00 pm.
Wednesday, May 13
English Language & Comp8:00 am. - 11:30 am.
Wednesday, May 13
Music Theory12:00 pm. - 3:00 pm.
Friday, May 15French Language8:00 am. - 11:45 am.
Friday, May 15Statistics12:00 pm. - 4:00 pm







What Are Advanced Placement Courses?

Advanced Placement (AP) courses are courses that meet a prescribed syllabus developed by the College Board.  These courses represent college level study and prepare students to take an examination in May.  The examination is scored on a 1-5 basis.  Scores of "3" or higher are considered "qualifying" scores by the College Board.  Colleges typically consider AP courses favorably when making admissions decisions.  In addition, based on each college's policy, students can earn:

  • Actual college credit for high AP scores -- increasingly, colleges require a score of "4" or "5" to receive full credit.
  • Elective college credit for high AP scores -- such courses cannot fulfill specific college requirements, but can be used to fulfill elective requirements.
  • Advanced Placement -- allowing students to skip the introductory level of a course
  • Sophomore Standing -- this usually requires numerous high AP scores.
  • Permission to take the college's own placement test for credit and/or placement.

Individual college policies differ, and often individual departments within the same college may have different policies.  There are some colleges which give placement only, and some colleges which afford no recognition.  While a "3" is the recommended score by the College Board, there are a few instances where a "2" may be recognized, and other instances in which a "4", or even a "5" is required.  Check with individual colleges for their policies or with the College Board credit policy information list.

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