What is AP?
Advanced Placement classes are based on college-level courses. They teach higher-level thinking skills and allow the students to experience the atmosphere and the expectations of a college course. AP courses can also provide college credit, increase the chances of success in college, and help save money on college. Click here for additional AP information go to or email Dr. Gore
What Are the Benefits of the Advanced Placement Program?Do you plan on attending college?
If “yes” is your answer then you should take at least one AP class while you are in high school. Data shows that the more AP courses you take in high school, the more successful you will be in college.Top reasons to take AP classes:
•AP classes can save thousands of $$ in college costs.
•AP students may be granted sophomore standing or given credit in college courses.
•AP students improve their chances of being accepted by the college of their choice.
•AP grades are weighted in Gwinnett County by 10 points.
•Because students work at an advanced level and acquire higher reasoning skills, students normally score about 100 points higher on College Board tests than their peers.
•AP students outperform their non-AP peers in college.AP Exam Registration
Shiloh High School students will pay Advanced Placement (AP) exam fees online through your student’s Mypaymentsplus account this year. All students must register online for AP exams that are being offered at Shiloh High School. AP exam registration and payment will be available online at Mypaymentsplus until the end of the registration period (3-1-2019). Payment for exams may be made with major credit /debit cards or e-checks. An AP registration packet with detailed registration directions will be sent home with your student mid to late January. The exam schedule for May exams will be on the back of the parent bulletin. Please call Ms. Lowell if you have any questions at 770-736-4395 or email Annette_Lowell@gwinnett.k12.ga.us.
AP Online Scores:
Students will receive their AP scores online. Paper reports will no longer be sent home in the mail.