Advanced Placement Information

2022 AP Testing Dates & Locations

AP Night Presentation

The Advanced Placement (AP) Program

Is a mutual scholastic endeavor of secondary schools, colleges, and the CA College Board.  It consists of 29 college-level courses and exams in 16 academic disciplines for highly motivated students in secondary schools.  Many students report that they enjoy the challenge of the program. High School faculties find that AP courses greatly enhance students' confidence and academic interest.  College faculties find that these students are far better prepared for serious academic work.

Interested students may apply for entry.  Teacher approval and a written screening process may be used for entry to some courses.  A grade of an "A" or "B" in prerequisite courses may be required.  Once enrolled in an AP course, a student must have parental permission to drop the class.


Please see information regarding AP Test Ordering. If you need to purchase a reduced fee exam you will need to fill out the LCFF Household Income form or submit the attached Income Verification Form (See Links on the Right Side of the Page) no later than Monday, October 19th. Income Verification Forms should be sent to Mr. Woodbridge. You will not be able to order a reduced fee exam without completing one of these forms.