Advanced Placement (AP)

2023-24 Advanced Placement Exam Information 

JHS AP Exam Registration: 

  • Students must register for their AP Exam by entering their class/exam join code in their College Board account ( 
    • Join codes for classes are given by teachers
    • Student who want to "self Study" will be able to obtain "Exam Only" codes by emailing
  • The cost is $100 per exam.
  • Exam registration/payment window was previously open from October 2nd - 31st and is now closed.
  • Students who missed the October registration window can register during our late window beginning February 26, 2024.
    • A late fee of $50 will be applied to each exam
      • $100 exam fee + $50 late fee = $150 per exam
    • Current JHS Students - Once the late registration window has opened, please email AP Coordinator, Mr. Breck Ivy at for instructions on how to register
  • If you would like to cancel an AP exam, please notify Mr. Ivy via email at
    • There will be a $45 charge for each exam that is canceled
    • The $50 late fee will not be refunded
  • Payments can be made with cash, check or card at the JHS Bookkeeper's window before school, during lunch or after school.

Final AP Registration closes March 8, 2024!

LWSD AP Exam Schedule

2024 LWSD AP Exam Schedule


If you want to take an AP Exam and are not enrolled in an AP Course, you will need to touch base with Mr. Ivy ( so he can get you a registration code.


Advanced Placement (AP) Quick Overview

Taking AP classes in high school helps students prepare for the college-level work load. Students learn to:

  • Develop effective study habits
  • Improve writing skills
  • Sharpen critical thinking skills

AP also teaches discipline and helps students grow and mature academically. Students report that they enjoy the challenge of the AP program. High school faculty reports that AP courses greatly enhance student confidence and academic interest. College faculty find that AP students are far better prepared for serious academic work.