IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM THE COLLEGE BOARD & AP TESTING 2020
Please click this link HERE for details on the structure of AP Exam testing this year. More information will be released from College Board on April 3, 2020.
2020-2021 Course Registration is here!
Want to know all about AP courses at the Disco and which ones you can take?
AP NIGHT January 21, 2020 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Parent/Student session in the theatre 6:15 pm - 6:45 pm
Explore courses, talk with AP teachers and students in the Commons 6:35 pm - 8:00 pm
Use the Media Center computers to sign your student's AP Contract on MyPaymentsPlus
A copy of the 2020-2021 AP Contract* can be found HERE
Course offerings and teacher recommendation sheet can be found HERE
Click HERE for step-by-step instructions for signing the 2020-2021 contract
Click HERE to access MyPaymentsPlus
Fall semester AP Exam Registration has closed. Spring semester AP course exam registration will be open soon. All exam balances must be paid by March 2, 2020.
College Board has changed AP registration deadlines for all schools nationally. All AP exam registrations will take place in the Fall, with the exception of AP Macroeconomics and AP American Government for second-semester classes only. The registration window is now open and will close November 10th for year-long courses and first semester courses.
Students enrolled in AP Government and AP Macroeconomics for 2nd semester will have another window (without a late fee) to order between January 6th and March 8th for those two courses only.
As in the past, AP Exams are ordered and fees are paid on MyPaymentsPus. Instructions regarding fees and how to register on MyPaymentsPlus are attached here.
If you encounter problems, please contact:
AP Department Chair: Jayme Hicks firstname.lastname@example.org
AP Testing Coordinator: Alyssa Johnson email@example.com
Assistant Principal and AP Coordinator: Josh Allen firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 AP Exam Schedule
Advanced Placement Information
What is an AP course?
An AP course is an Advanced Placement® certified by the College Board to simulate a college-level class taught in high school. Students can earn college credit as well as high school credit for these courses if their scores on the national AP Examinations are high enough to satisfy university requirements. Please visit the College Board Advanced Placement Program for more information.