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Important Information For Ap Exams May 2, 2016 - May 13, 2016

 There are no make-up exams; you must arrive on time and bring all necessary materials with you. Please be sure to attend your mandatory Pre-Administration meeting on April 25th or 26th.  

Attendance Information: Your name will be on the daily bulletin to excuse you from classes, but you are responsible for all work missed. Be sure to communicate with your teachers!

Students who plan to attend school for AP testing only (i.e. either leaving school early after a morning exam or arriving to school late for an afternoon exam) MUST bring a parent note excusing the partial day absence.

All notes should be turned into Ms. Lund in the Main Office on or before exam day. The absence will be excused ONLY if a parent note is received prior to the start of the exam. Note, the absence will be excused, but will count towards the seven absences allowed for the quarter.

Exam Length: Planning for After School Activities: While most exams last about three hours, additional time is needed for directions and breaks. Students should allot a minimum of FOUR hours for each exam.

Please plan transportation and after school activities accordingly. Students are REQUIRED to stay the full length of an exam. No exceptions are permitted!

 Materials: Sharpened #2 pencils with erasers; Pen with black or dark blue ink;   Photo ID;  Approved calculator, extra batteries (calculus, statistics, physics) - see for the list of approved calculators;  A ruler or straightedge (Physics only)

Prohibited: Cell phones or other electronic devices are prohibited at all times. Violation of the cell phone policy may lead to exam disqualification for you and every test-taker; Books or Reference Guides;  Watches that beep or have an alarm; Food , gum or drink of any kind may not consumed at any time during testing or test breaks  

Week 1

Morning 7:45 a.m.

Afternoon 12 noon

Monday, May 2



Tuesday, May 3

Spanish Language and Culture

Art History
Physics 1: Algebra-Based

Wednesday, May 4

English Literature and Composition

Japanese Language and Culture
Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Thursday, May 5

Calculus AB
Calculus BC

Chinese Language and Culture

Friday, May 6

United States History

European History

Studio Art—and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for physical portfolio assembly

Teachers should have forwarded students' completed digital portfolios to Coordinators before this date.

Week 2

Morning 7:45 a.m.

Afternoon 12 noon

Monday, May 9


Tuesday, May 10

United States Government and Politics

French Language and Culture

Wednesday, May 11

English Language and Composition

Italian Language and Culture 

Thursday, May 12

Comparative Government and Politics 


Friday, May 13




Cancellation Information: We understand that on rare occasions students must cancel an exam. Here is our refund policy:

Students who cancel an exam by Fri - Mar 4, 2016 are entitled to a full refund of the exam fee.

Students who cancel an exam by Wed - Apr 1, 2016 are entitled to a refund of the exam fee minus a cancellation fee of $30.00 (per exam cancelled).