ap exam registration & payment 2023-2024
Both steps must be completed for students to take an AP Exam!
Step 1: Register for the test on College Board by joining the AP class.
The College Board requires that all students register for their AP exams in the fall at www.myap.collegeboard.org. If you have not done so, create an account using your personal email address and register for your AP class/exam. You must do this by November 2, 2023. If you do not “join” your AP class by November 2, 2023 and want to take the exam, you will be charged a $40 late fee. Please ask your AP teacher for the join code, so that you can get a test ordered.
Step 2: Make the payment on Total Registration.
From September 25 – November 2, 2023, you will either pay a deposit or pay in full for the AP exam(s) that you have registered to take. Online registration begins on September 25, 2025. Go to the website www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/232653 to create your account if you do not have one, verify the AP exams that you will be taking, and make the payment. Be sure to use YOUR personal email (same as College Board), as that will be used to send important information about the exam. Communication may be sent out via text as well. If you qualify for free/reduced lunch, please request approval for the reduced fee on the Total Registration website. Ms. Camaj will verify your eligibility. Please be sure all information is accurate before you pay.
$102 per exam – regular exams
Late fee - $40 if registered after November 2, 2023
Course Syllabi and Teacher Information
|AP Language and Composition||Melissa Scapini||
|AP Literature||Kitty Reifert||
|AP Calculus AB||Kayla Gramer||12|
|MST - Calculus AB||Jim Nuechterlein|
|MST - Calculus BC||AnnMarie Duncan|
|MST - Statistics||Laurie Ferrari|
|AP Biology||Aimee Cesarz||10, 11, 12|
|MST Biology||Chandler Missig & Jim Nuechterlein|
|AP Chemistry||Sara Strozewski||11, 12|
|MST Chemistry||Allison Garmo|
|AP Physics 1||Carrie Zaitz||10, 11, 12|
|MST Physics C||Rhonda Diliberti|
|AP Spanish Language||Darrel Johnson||12|
|AP U.S. History||Dawn Hannawi||
10, 11, 12
|AP Government and Politics||Scott Boice||10, 11, 12|
|AP Economics||Mike Lynch||10, 11, 12|
|AP World History||Terry Ebury||11, 12|
|AP Human Geography||Dan Pardi||9, 10, 11, 12|
|AP Psychology||Becky Lammers||11, 12|