AP Exam Schedule 2023-24:
IMPORTANT DATES FOR 23-24 AP TESTING
Sept. 18 – Nov. 3 Shop and Pay is open in Touchbase for AP Test payments.
Oct. 20 Scholarship Form due for students who do not qualify for Fee Waiver Program. If you qualify for the Fee Waiver, your student’s exams are $0.00. If you applied and did not qualify, please fill out the Scholarship Form.
Nov. 3 Payment deadline for AP Tests. Schools will be reconciling payments and orders.
Nov. 3 Shop and Pay for AP Tests closes 3pm.
Nov. 15 Test order deadline at College Board. No new test orders will be processed on this date.
Nov. 15 – Mar 14 Tests ordered incur $40 late fee levied by College Board. Contact your AP Coordinator to request a late test order.
Mar 15 College Board closes online AP Test order system for schools to submit.
Mar 16 – Apr 12 College Board takes orders by phone only. Test orders incur additional $20 per test processing fee. Contact [email protected] to order. Total cost per test is $158.
After Apr 12 Test orders for May, 2024, test administration are closed in BSD. No new test orders will be submitted to College Board.
Our goal is for all Sammamish graduates to receive an education that prepares them to continue their education at the college level. Nationally, only about 50% of the students who begin college graduate within ten years. Preparing students to begin college is not good enough. They must have the skills, knowledge, attitudes and work ethic to complete college. In higher education, students must make connections among disciplines, integrate the knowledge and skills from all the disciplines, and apply them effectively to new and unfamiliar challenges. One way we work toward this goal is through the AP Program at Sammamish High School.
Students who are prepared to be successful in college, career, and life need to develop essential Key Cognitive Strategies, Key Content Knowledge, Academic Behaviors, and Contextual Skills and Awareness. Students are able to build these essential knowledge and skills in Advanced Placement courses.
How do AP courses in high school increase success in college?
- High school graduates who do not take any AP courses graduate from college at a rate of only 33% by age 30.
- Students who take only one AP course nearly double the likelihood of college graduation to 59%.
- Students who take two or more AP courses raise the likelihood to 76%.
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