• AP Information 2019

    Why take an AP exam?

    1.  To meet Academic Honors Diploma requirements.
    • A student must pass 4 credits of AP classes and take (not required to pass) the corresponding exams.  Example: A student takes and passes AP Biology (2 credits) their junior year and takes the AP Biology exam. Their senior year they take and pass AP Government (1 credit) and AP Macroeconomis (1 credit) and take both AP exams.


    • Must earn 6 college credits while in high school by taking a dual credit (DC) classExample: A student takes DC Spanish 3 at BNL and earns 8 Ivy Tech credits.

    Note: A student may also do a combination of the above by earning 2 AP credits and taking the corresponding exam AND earn 3 college credits through a dual credit course.

    2.  To earn college credit.
    Colleges all across the United States will award credit for a passing score on an AP exam. The cost for an AP exam is substantially cheaper than college tuition. Also, earning college credits in high school means you are more likely to earn your degree on time, or even early.


    Free/Reduced Lunch student (any exam type): $10
    English, Math, Science Exams (subsidized by the State of Indiana): $15
    All other exams: $97


    Important Dates

    Tuesday, September 3rd Registration begins                    
    REGISTER HERE: https://user.totalregistration.net/AP/150165
    Friday, September 20th Registrations after this date will be charged a $40 late fee **per test**
    Sunday, September 22nd  Registration ends at midnight.
    Wednesday, September 25th Registrations that have not been paid will be canceled.


    Exam Schedule

    Week 1 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.
    Monday, May 11    United States Government
    Tuesday, May 12 Calculus  
    Wednesday, May 13 English Literature  
    Thursday, May 14   Physics 1: Algebra-Based
    Friday, May 15 United States History  


    Week 2 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.
    Monday, May 18 Biology Environmental Science
    Tuesday, May 19 Psychology   
    Wednesday, May 20 English Language and Composition  Microeconomics
    Thursday, May 21 World History  Macroeconomics
    Friday, May 22