The AP Program offers more than 30 courses across multiple subjects. AP Courses are developed by a committee of college faculty and AP teachers to ensure that the information, skills, and assignments found in the corresponding college course are taught in the high school AP class. These are rigorous courses that test students’ ability to perform at a college level. AP exams are standardized and given throughout the Nation each May. A student must pass an AP exam (generally with a 3 or higher depending on the college a student plans to attend) in order to receive college credit.

Advanced Placement Testing Information – Alternate test dates are subject to College Board regulations and may be subject to additional fees. All alternate tests must be approved by the school’s AP Coordinator, Mr. Ekker. To learn more about AP Testing visit The American College Board.

AP Credit Transfer Guides – Are you wondering how your AP credit will transfer and be accepted at colleges locally or around the country? Use the following transfer guide to see how your AP credit is helping to accelerate your college studies.

AP Tests Administered at Itineris:

  • U.S. History: Friday, May 8, 2020 at 8:00am **Rescheduled: Friday: May 15, 12:00pm
  • Biology: Monday, May 11, 2020 at 8:00am  **Rescheduled: Monday, May 18, 12:00pm
  • Computer Science Principles: Friday, May 15, 2020 at 8:00am **Portfolio submission only (no online test).  Portfolio submission deadline extended to Tuesday, May 26 11:59pm EST

**In light of the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, AP has implemented changes to testing for the 2019-20 school year only.  AP Exams will be taken online at home, and will be 45 minutes long.  Exams will only test on material that should have been covered in class by early March.  For additional information, regarding AP exams, click here