Any student that no longer wishes to take an AP exam must notify Mrs. Scott at by Sunday, April 19th, in order to get a refund. After that time, students may still decide not to take the exam but no refunds will be given.   


In addition, the following PARENT WEBINAR will be available: 

  • On Thursday, April 16 from 7-8PM EST, Trevor Packer, Senior Vice President of AP and Instruction, will be hosting a webinar for parents and guardians to share information about this year’s at-home AP Exams and how to help your student prepare. Trevor will be joined by Jane McBride Gates, Provost and SVP, Academic and Student Affairs from Connecticut State Colleges & Universities and Kristin Brandt, AP Live Human Geography teacher from Glenbard West High School. This webinar will go into detail about the online exams and format, how to prepare at home for them, and answer common questions parents and students may have. We encourage parents and their AP students to sit in on this webinar together.

  • If you are a parent of an AP student, you can register for the webinar here and tune in live with your student(s) on 4/16. You can also share this registration link and webinar information with your communities as many of you know parents of AP students. A recording of the webinar will be available via the registration link after the live event. 

AP Exam Registration - 2020

Students interested in taking an AP exam must:
1. Complete the CHS AP Registration Form by Monday, November 4
2. Deliver your payment (see below), in cash or check made out to "Caledonia High School", to Mrs. Pearson in Student Services or to Mrs. Durkee in the South Campus Office.

  • The cost is $94.00 per exam.  If you qualify for free and reduced lunch, please ask Student Services for a reduced fee option. ​
  • You may pay in installments but the TOTAL amount is due by Friday, March 6.  A minimum of $40.00 PER EXAM is due by Monday, November 4
  • If you sign up and pay but then cannot take the exam, all but a $40.00 cancellation fee will be refunded. 
  • If you cannot take the exam at the scheduled time due to legitimate extenuating circumstances and still wish to participate, see Mrs. Scott as soon as possible. There is an additional $45 fee. DO NOTE: The late testing exam is a different exam and the results typically do not get released until August. 


You must ALSO register your intent to take the AP exam on the College Board Website by Monday, November 4, in order for your exam to be ordered.

You will receive a class code from your teacher(s), along with instructions for signing in and joining your AP Classroom. Once this is complete, you will see a "Register" button in the class section view of My AP. Clicking this button will let our coordinator know that you plan to take the exam, and they will order it for you.

AP Exam Fees and dates

The 2020 AP Exams will be administered over two weeks in May: May 4 through 8 and May 11 through 15. Coordinators are responsible for notifying students when and where to report for the exams.  A copy of the calendar can be found here

AP Test Scores

2019 scores became available on Monday, July 8 at 8:00 AM. View your test scores and send them to colleges, learn about AP awards and get answers to all of your score-related questions on the College Board website here