• Exciting new AP Resources are coming in August 2019. 

    The College Board is making changes to better support AP students, teachers, and coordinators


    WHAT THESE CHANGES MEAN FOR STUDENTS.  The AP experience will largely remain the same—students will still sign up for classes at the same time, and exams will still be administered in May—but there are a few changes they’ll notice throughout the 2019-20 school year.


    • FALL COMMITMENT. Students will sign up for AP Exams in the fall. Your school will provide directions on how to register and will place the exam order for students.


    • NEW RESOURCES. Students will get personalized feedback through new digital tools that provide daily support for every AP classroom. Their teachers will be able to track their performance throughout the year using an online bank of real AP practice questions and monthly personal progress checks.


    • Click here for more information about these changes.



    If you have questions about AP Testing in PPS, contact AP District Testing Coordinator, Anna Lortz, at (503) 916-3517 or alortz@pps.net


    Want to know how much credit you can earn for each passing score?  Click here to see the AP Credit Policies at Oregon State University, Portland Community College, Portland State University and University of Oregon.