IMPORTANT AP EXAM ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Check your mail and email for your personal schedule of AP Exams.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you didn't receive your copy.
Click on the links below to learn more about AP Testing.
More Information for students about your AP Testing Schedule.
More detailed information about what this year's AP Exams are going to look like.
Forms & Links:
- Change of Date Request FORM. It's too late to ask for an in-person date but you can request a different online date if you can a schedule conflict. (April 23 is the last day for this form)
- AP Exam App. You MUST download this app to take the AP Exam at home. If you are using a PPS Chromebook, PPS will download the app onto the computer for you.
- More information and a Video about taking digital AP exams at home.
IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT YOUR TECHNOLOGY if you are testing at home.
- Your computer MUST have a working camera. You have to show a school ID on camera (or Driver's License or other government issued ID).
- Family-owned chromebooks WILL NOT WORK. Even if you can log onto PPS and AP Classroom just fine, it won't work for the test.The AP exam app can't be downloaded on to family owned chromebooks.
- iPADs, Smartphones & Tablets WILL NOT WORK.
- You MUST use one of the following:
- PC or Apple Computer, or a
- PPS owned Chromebook
- If you need help, contact email@example.com as soon as possible!!
AP School Coordinators
Cleveland High School
Margie Berrios-Brown, Vice-Principal
Franklin High School
Alfred Quintero, Vice-Principal or
Alice Headley, Counselor
Grant High School
Joseph Mitacek, Vice-Principal or
April Martin, Vice-Principal's Secretary
Madison High School
Keylah Boyer, Vice-Principal
Trinh Ngo, Buisiness Manager
Lincoln High School
Kim Bliss, Vice-Principal
Roosevelt High School
Dave Valenzuela, Vice-Principal
Wilson High School
Brian Covey, Vice-Principal or
Abby Menashe, Vice-Principal's Secretary