AP Test Registration

Event Date: 
Friday, November 8, 2019 - 4:00pm




AP Exam Letter to Parents & Students (pdf)


Registration Form (pdf) 

Turn registration form and fees to the Accounting Office.


Exam Order Form (pdf) 



Payment - Due by Friday, November 8

Any student planning to take an exam is expected to fill out the enclosed AP Exam form and return it with payment (cash, check or credit/debit card) to the OCHS Accounting Office NO LATER than November 8, 2019 at 4:00 pm.  Exams will be ordered immediately and NO late requests for orders will be accepted.


All students taking an AP Exam are required to attend the pre-administration session in each of their AP classes to be announced by their individual AP teachers. 



The cost for each exam is $72.00.

Students who qualify for the Federal Free & Reduced Lunch Program must self-identify by checking the appropriate box on the form. If a student is currently enrolled in the Federal Free & Reduced Lunch Program their fee will be covered by a grant through the Oregon Department of Education if they self-identify on the AP Exam Form to be returned to the OCHS Accounting Office.


AP Bulletin

The AP Bulletin for students and parents is available online, and a copy will be distributed to students by their AP teachers.


What to bring to the exam room.

Please check with your student to make certain they understand what they may and may not bring to the exam room and exam protocols.

This is a time to leave cell phones and electronic listening and communication devices at home!


AP exam scores available.

OCHS students have done very well on the AP Exams and we encourage all AP students to take the exams.  AP Exam scores will be available online only to students in July 2020.  Students may choose the college or universities that should receive copies of their scores.


More info.

For additional information, you may contact Toby Futch  Toby.Futch@orecity.k12.or.us  at Oregon City High School, or go to the College Board website. 


Thank you for being a part of the College Board’s Advanced Placement Program, which is one of the most academically rigorous programs available to high school students.