Grossmont Union High School District

What is AP?

The Advanced Placement Program offers students the opportunity to take college-level courses and exams in high school and earn college credit, advanced placement, or both at many colleges and universities in the U.S. and around the world. By earning college credit in high school and skipping introductory courses in college, your can save time and money as they work toward a college degree.
 
Are you curious if your college will accept your AP Score? Check HERE.
 

2021-2022 AP Testing 

More information can be found on the College Board AP Student Website. For specific school schedules and procesess, please visit your school site or school website for more information.
 
The 2022 AP Exams will be administered over two weeks in May:
  • May 2–6 and
  • May 9–13

2022 AP Exams

 
Cost is $96 per exam (GUHSD students). If you believe you qualify for a fee waiver, please speak with your site AP Coordinator.
Deadline to order exams for May 2022 testing is Nov. 5. If you decide to order after this date, College Board charges a $40 late fee. Also, if a student cancels their exam after Nov. 5, 2021, College Board will charge a $40 cancelation fee. See your school site for more details. 
 
The AP Program will support in-school testing in 2022 because administering exams in schools maximizes access and opportunity. If safety concerns still prohibit any students from testing at a school, we will provide a contingency testing option that contains full course content.
 
Below is the testing schedule for 2022. For more information and an FAQ page, please visit the College Board AP Website.
 
 
AP testing May 2022
 
AP testing Wk 2 2022