AP Coordinator Information:
Mrs. Angie Flynn, 508-841-8824
Mrs. Tammy Yeung, 508-841-8818
AP Registration 2021-2022
2022 AP Exam Registration
Taking the Advanced Placement exams is an important part of all AP courses. Shrewsbury High School expects that all students take AP exams for the AP classes in which they are enrolled. For the 2022 AP exams, students will pay for their AP exams online through Total Registration. The cost of each AP exam is $115. There is a reduced fee for students on free and reduced lunch and if this applies to you, the registration process will guide you. To complete registration, students must answer all of the required questions. Registration is not complete until students have printed the confirmation page that is provided at the end. Please be sure to have a credit or debit card available before beginning registration. Register at https://user.totalregistration.net/AP/221930. Here are important dates for the registration process:
*October 14-November 5: Registration Period
*November 6-November 11: Late Registration Period, $10 late fee, per exam collected
*November 11: Registration Ends
Students must also enroll in their AP classroom on their College Board account. This is in addition to paying for the exam on Total Registration. Both steps must be completed by November 11th, 2021.
Register for AP Exams Here!
AP Informational Night-February 11, 2020
If you were unable to attend the informational night, please use the link below to view the PowerPoint presentation from the evening. Also, you will find the AP Contract and Time Calculator. The contract is required of students requesting an AP course, and the calculator is provided to students can assess the time commitment for each course. Please contact Ms. Susie Eriole with any questions or concerns about AP courses or exams.
AP Contract and Time Calculator
AP Bulletin for Students and Parents
Read the attached Bulletin for everything you need to know about test security and getting ready for exam day. Students will receive an updated hard copy of this bulletin in February. Students are responsible for knowing the information in the Student/Parent Bulletin.
Frequently Asked Questions
When are AP Exams?
How do I register and pay for my AP exam?
Shrewsbury High School is using an online registration and payment process this year. Registration opens October 15 and closes October 28. Students can register with a late fee until November 2. Use this link to register for your exam:
Where will I take my AP Exam?
We hold testing on campus. A schedule of testing locations will be made available to students in April.
What do I do about missing classes during AP Exams?
Students are excused for the whole day even if they only have one exam that day. However, students should be careful not to exceed the attendance limit (9) and be aware of their responsibilities in their non-AP classes.
Can I get college credit for AP classes?
Every college has different policies around awarding credit. Click the following link to find out more about your favorite college!
I'm not enrolled in AP classes now, how can I learn more?
Shrewsbury High School currently offers 20 Advanced Placement (AP) courses, engaging over 400 students in focused, higher-level studies. Through AP's college-level courses and exams, you can earn college credit, advanced placement in college classes, and stand out in the admission process.
Start by having a conversation with your current teachers who can tell you about the expectations and requirements for AP classes in their subject area. You should also discuss AP classes with your school counselor who can advise you on an academic plan. And lastly, you can attend AP Informational Night in late winter. Watch for more information about a date and time!
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