Advanced Placement Program (AP)

2017 AP Exam Registration Information

The 2017 AP exam registration will be conducted on-line through Naviance.  Registration instructions and the AP Bulletin for Students and Parents will be distributed in all AP classes the week of January 30.  The window for online registration for AP exams will be open from January 30 to March 17, 2017.  The cost of each AP exam is $93 and checks should be made payable to Cedarburg High School.  If a student registers for an exam and then chooses not to take the exam at a later date, there is a $15 nonrefundable charge for the exam.

2017 AP Exam Schedule

Week 1 Morning Afternoon


May 1, 2017


Environmental Science




May 2, 2017

Computer Science A

Spanish Language & Culture

Art History



May 3, 2017

English Literature & Composition




May 4, 2017

United States Government & Politics





May 5, 2017


German Language & Culture

United States History

Studio Art digital portfolios submitted

Computer Science Principles




Week 2 Morning Afternoon


May 8, 2017



Physics C: Mechanics



May 9, 2017

Calculus AB

Calculus BC

French Lagnuage & Culture



May 10, 2017

English Language & Composition





May 11, 2017

World History





May 12, 2017

Human Geography




Naviance AP Exam Registration Instructions

Registration instructions will be distributed in all AP classes at the start of second semester 2017. 

AP Scores - Students can view their scores starting the week of July 5, 2016 

Reminder for all students - AP scores will be available online in July. To get your AP scores, you must sign up for a College Board account at Students are encouraged to take this step now so they'll be ready to access their AP scores in July. For more information, go to  

AP Scores

CHS offers Advanced Placement courses in:

AP Biology, AP Calculus AB and BC, AP Chemistry, AP Computer Science A, AP English Language & Composition, AP English Literature & Composition, AP Environmental Science, AP French, AP German, AP Human Geography, AP Physics C: Mechanics, AP Psychology, AP Spanish Language, AP Statistics, AP U.S. Gov't & Politics, AP U.S. History, AP Computer Science, AP Art History, AP Studio Art, AP Microeconomics, AP Macroeconomics and AP World History.

AP courses, sponsored by The College Board, combine challenging college-level curricula and potential college dollar savings.  They are increasingly popular throughout the state and the nation, as more and more high school students receive college credit or advanced standing upon successful completion of national Advanced Placement exams in May.  A student may sign up for an AP exam without taking a AP course, although students who have prepared for the exam in an AP class typically achieve at a much higher level.  More information about the Advanced Placement program is available on the College Board website at

Why do so many of students take Advanced Placement courses?

Success in Advanced Placement coursework represents an important savings in time and money for students entering college.  Most universities grant not only college credit but also advanced standing to students entering with Advanced Placement credit. 

Which Colleges and Universities Accept AP Credit?

Nearly 3000 institutions grant up to a year of credit for a sufficient number of qualifying AP grades.  AP credit policy info for most colleges can be found at:

AP credits may reduce the cost of tuition for students, or may allow students to pursue a second and third major.  Students may also receive sophomore standing during their freshmen year, allowing them to sign up for classes earlier that their age-range peers, facilitating an on-target graduation date.  These are just two of the many reasons why students choose to pursue rigorous AP college level coursework in high school.

There are many other advantages to students taking Advanced Placement coursework.  These courses allow students to challenge themselves at a college level within the high school setting, thus permitting them to sharpen their academic skills and build confidence before going to college.  Advanced Placement courses on a transcript demonstrate a student's willingness to tackle more difficult courses.  For highly selective universities, AP coursework on transcripts is the norm for entering freshmen.  Students taking AP courses are eligible for honors and other special programs available to students who have received Advanced Placement recognition.  Students entering a college with AP courses are usually exempted from taking introductory courses and permitted to take higher-level courses.  These reasons are why many Cedarburg students elect to take college level coursework during high school.


Please contact AP Coordinator Don Kurth by phone: (262)376-6235 or email:


Last Updated: 9/21/16

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