• AP Exam Payment and Registration Information

    Spring Registration:

    Spring Registration for the AP exam administration this year will open on January 14th at 7 AM and remain open until February 14th at 7 PM Central Time. Please note that no exam will be ordered if you have not paid in full by February 14th. This will be your final opportunity to pay for your AP Exams. If you have any questions, please reach out to the counseling office and speak with Ms. Galindo. Note: For full year courses, a late fee will incur for any new registrations. 

    More information on this process, including how to access College Board, payment, and additional details can be found on the attached document  “AP Exam Information - Parents and Students.” 

    Home-schooled student Information to register for the AP Exams

      1. A home-schooled student, who is enrolled in 9th-12th grade, may make arrangements to take the assessment at his/her zoned high school.
      2. Parents will need to contact the AP Coordinator, at the zoned high school campus, for registration requirements and possible costs.
      3. The deadline to register with the AP Coordinator at the zoned high school, is Wednesday, October 25, 2023, at 3:00 PM. 
      4. Proof of residency is required at the time of registration. See residency requirements for full details.

  • Do you qualify for an AP Fee Waiver?


    AP Fee Waivers are for students in special economic circumstances. The fee waiver must be requested and approved.

    First, complete the Annual Student Update and pay extra attention to the Household Verification and Annual Income sections.

    Second, when registering for your AP Exams, be sure to check the fee waiver application box in Total Registration. Remember: It can take up to 24 hours to be approved, so don't wait until the last minute.

    Third, once your application has been processed, you will receive an email letting you know if you've been approved or denied for the fee waiver. Then, you will be able to pay for your exams.