AP Exam Schedule Update 

We are currently working to develop our AP exam schedule for Spring 2021.  

College Board recently announced that there are multiple options for schools in terms of developing a schedule for Advanced Placement exams this Spring.  All subjects will have full-length exams this year, so AP exams will look different than last Spring.  You can view the exam schedule information shared by College Board here.  

There are now three exam administrations (which span early May through mid June), though not all exam formats are offered during each administration.  Some administrations have traditional (paper/pencil) exams in person at school, while others have digital exams that can be taken at school or at home.  Also, there are several exams that must be taken in person at school in any administration (for example, French, Japanese, and Spanish). 

In some cases the exam format for subjects varies between traditional and digital exams, and you can find information about the differences in exam format here.  Additional information about digital testing will be shared in early March, though you can find some information about digital exams here.  

We are working to identify a primary testing date and makeup option for each subject, and then share that schedule with our community.  You can also watch for information on the AP section of our school website

If you have further questions and/or would like to cancel an exam registration, please contact Mrs. Armstrong at .  If you cancel an exam, you will receive a full refund for any exam fees paid. 

In October, all 10th and 11th grade students participate in the PSAT/NMSQT.  See the PSAT Testing page for additional details.

Also in the Fall, 11th and 12th grade students who need to complete state graduation testing requirements have an opportunity to retake Smarter Balanced Assessments.  See the State Testing page for additional details.

In the Winter and Spring, students in all grades who are proficient in languages other than English can choose to participate in World Language Competency testing to receive high school credit for their knowledge (reading, writing, listening, and speaking).  See the World Language Competency Testing page for additional details.

In the Spring, all 10th grade students will have their first opportunity to take the state tests required for graduation: Smarter Balanced Assessments in English-Language Arts (ELA) and Math.  11th and 12th grade students can also retake assessments if needed.  Also, all 11th grade students will take the Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS).  Currently this assessment will be a graduation requirement for students in the class of 2021 and beyond.  See the State Testing page for additional details.

In May, students in all grades who are enrolled in Advanced Placement (AP) classes take part in AP testing.  See the Advanced Placement Testing page for additional details.