ACMA offers many Advanced Placement courses. Below is a list of courses we offer yearly or in alternating years depending on student forecasting.
AP Calculus A/B
AP English Literature
AP Music Theory (alternating years)
AP Spanish Language & Culture
AP Studio Art
AP US History
AP World History
UPDATE: May 2020
UPDATE: March 2020
Information about Advanced Placement (AP) Testing
This year The College Board will offer secure, online, Advanced Placement (AP) exams for students to complete at home on any digital device. On April 3, 2020, the College Board will announce exam dates. Each test will be 45 minutes in duration. Please note that the exams will only include specific units.
For all AP exam details and course specific exam information, please visit this link:
March 13, 2020 The AP Program is closely monitoring the updates and guidance about the coronavirus (COVID-19) provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other leading health organizations. Our first concern is for the health and safety of students, their families, and their school communities. AP Exams will continue as scheduled May 4–8 and 11–15, with late ...
Additionally, The College Board has developed remote learning resources to support students in preparing for the exams. These online sessions will be both live and on-demand, beginning March 25, 2020.
Finally, any student already registered for an exam can choose to cancel at no charge. Please contact the AP coordinator at your school to request a refund.
School AP Coordinators:
Aloha High School: email@example.com
Beaverton High School: firstname.lastname@example.org
Westview High School: email@example.com
The implications of this change on students’ grades is still being determined and will be shared as it becomes available.
Dear AP Students and Parents:
This school year, the AP Program introduced new resources and processes designed to help students earn college credit and placement.
Here’s what you and your student need to know:
· Students are asked to register online this fall for their AP Exam. Exams are taken in May, 2020.
· Students need to register online now through October 1st for each exam they plan to take in order to avoid a late registration fee of $50.
· The exam fee is $85 per exam. Please note that there is a $50 fee for late registration (for students registering online after October 1) and a $40 cancellation or unused exam fee. Late online AP registration will run from October 2 through October 22 and will include the $50 late registration fee ($135 per exam).
Students will get personalized feedback through the digital tools that provide daily support for every AP classroom. Their teachers will be able to track their performance throughout the year using monthly personal progress checks.
As this school year begins, please encourage your student to sign up for a college Board account. All College Board programs are connected though one account, so if your student created one for the PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, or College Board Opportunity Scholarships, they are all set. They’ll just need to have their username and password available.
Registration forms for this year’s AP Exams can be picked up in the Counseling Office or CLICK HERE for a PDF version. The deadline for returning the form AND paying for the exam fee(s) is October 22, 2019 for regular registration, and November 1, 2019 for late registration. No AP Exam registrations will be accepted after the November 1, 2019 deadline.
2019-2020 Advanced Placement Exam Dates:
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Access Advanced Placement Course Information Page:
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PSAT Registration - Fall 2020
The PSAT Test date is Wednesday, October 16, 2020. The PSAT is open for students grades 9th - 11th, though spacing is limited and priority is given to Juniors. This is a great opportunity, particularly for Juniors, as taking the PSAT can qualify them for the National Merit Scholarship Program!