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All Advanced Placement students and their parents are encouraged to review the 2014-2015 AP Bulletin for Students and Parents.

Students and/or their parents/guardians pay the costs of the AP examinations.  Each exam is $82.00, and this cost must be paid by January 9, 2015  February 27, 2015.  

An on-line payment system is available for electronic payments on the Loudoun County Public Schools’ Payment Portal.
Checks or cash payments will also be accepted at our school but must include a Payment Form.  (The Payment Form is not necessary if you pay online).
If a family needs to arrange for a payment plan or anticipates difficulty in paying for the exam, the family should speak confidentially with the school principal or school counseling director.

The dates of the AP exams are listed below.  This attachment lists the schedule of the specific dates of individual AP exams scheduled for May 4 through May 15, 2015.  Please make every effort to schedule vacations, appointments, or other activities on dates that do not conflict with the testing dates.  Make-up testing is permitted for verified emergencies only.

 If you have questions about AP exams, please contact your child’s school counselor.  We wish your child a successful academic experience.


Week 1

Morning 8 a.m.

Afternoon 12 noon

May 4

Environmental Science


May 5

Calculus AB 
Calculus BC

Chinese Language and Culture 

May 6

English Literature and Composition

Japanese Language and Culture
Physics 1: Algebra-Based

May 7

Computer Science A 
Spanish Language and Culture

Art History
Physics 2: Algebra-Based

May 8

German Language and Culture
United States History

European History

Studio Art—last day for Coordinators to submit digital portfolios (by 8 p.m. EDT) and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for physical portfolio assembly

Teachers should have forwarded students' completed digital portfolios to Coordinators before this date.


Week 2

Morning 8 a.m.

Afternoon 12 noon

Afternoon 2 p.m.

May 11

Music Theory

Physics C: Mechanics

Physics C:
Electricity and Magnetism

May 12

United States Government and Politics

French Language and Culture
Spanish Literature and Culture


May 13

English Language and Composition



May 14

Comparative Government and Politics 
World History

Italian Language and Culture


May 15

Human Geography





Please note the following:


  • If you have an SOL and an AP exam scheduled for the same time, go to the AP exam!  You will make-up the SOL.
  • Students will report to the cafeteria for all exams unless directed otherwise.
  • Students who arrive late will not be admitted for testing.
  • Students taking morning AP exams will miss their block 1 and 2 classes for that day.  Students taking afternoon exams will miss their block 3 and 4 classes for that day.  Students will be given adequate time to make-up any missed school work.
  • Morning exams begin at 8:00am.  Students must obtain their own morning transportation to Briar Woods.  Morning exams will end by lunch.  We will not wait for late students.  Students taking morning AP exams will follow their regular schedule for blocks 3 and 4.
  • Afternoon exams begin at 12:30pm.  Students taking afternoon exams will be dismissed from class to the cafeteria at 11:45am for an early lunch.  We will not wait for late students.
  • Students who are taking afternoon exams may sign-up to be served an early school lunch.   However, bringing a bag lunch to eat before an afternoon exam may help ease student anxiety as there will be one less thing to worry about.  You must see or email Mr. Royhab by April 24, 2015 if you are taking an afternoon exam and want an early school lunch provided.
  • Afternoon exams will not end by school dismissal time (3:48pm).  Afternoon tests should end by 4:30pm.  However, testing times can vary.  Students should arrange afternoon transportation.  It is important that students who are taking afternoon exams communicate this to their coaches and/or employers.
  • Students must remain in the testing room until the test is over.  They may not leave early even if they finish early.
  • Students who miss an AP exam may not have the opportunity to make up the exam.  The Advanced Placement late testing policy is very specific, and very few reasons for missing an exam will qualify for late testing.  Please contact Mr. Royhab immediately, if you miss an exam.  If you, or a parent, do not contact Mr. Royhab by the end of the day you miss an exam, it will be assumed that your reason for missing the exam is not valid and a make-up exam will not be ordered.
  • Bring at least two #2 pencils (with erasers) and 2 black or blue ballpoint pens.
  • Bring a watch in case your room does not have a clock that you can easily see (the watch must not beep or an alarm)
  • Math and science teachers will review the AP calculator policy with math and science students.
  • Do not bring a cell phone, camera, PDA, Blackberry, smartphone, MP3 player, laptop, iPod-type device, or any other electronic, listening, recording or communication device to your exam.  If you have any of these devices your test will be disqualified.
Last Modified on February 10, 2015