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Advanced Placement (AP)

AP registration with late fee now open!

**There is now a $40 late fee per exam through March 6th.  After March 6, 2020, no AP exam registrations will be accepted.**

***As of November 2, 2019, a $40 cancellation fee per exam will be implemented.  NO REFUNDS will be issued as of November 1, 2019.***

To register for AP exams, you must complete two steps:

1. Register for your AP class through MyAP.  Use your CollegeBoard login and the join code given to you by your AP teacher to register.  

2. Pay for your exam through Total Registration.  

**You must complete BOTH these steps to fully complete your AP exam registration.**


AP exam ordering will now take place in the FALL semester due to mandatory changes from College Board. 

  • Registration opens (online, $100/exam): August 20, 2019
  • Deadline to register (without a late fee): November 1, 2019
  • $40 late registration fee, per exam
  • $40 cancellation fee, per exam
  • Students will receive course resources from their AP teachers.
  • Students will be required to register for exams through CollegeBoard.
  • Students will pay for exams through Total Registration.
  • Click here for more information about these changes.

AP Exam schedule spring 2020

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AP Resources

CUSD has exciting news for students who have decided to challenge themselves by taking an Honors Level or Advanced Placement course. Summer assignments and assignments over Winter Break will no longer be required. However, we offer you several resources and ideas for optional reading. Below are some resources to assist you in selecting books.

The California Recommended Literature List is a searchable database of a collection of outstanding literature for children and adolescents in grades prekindergarten through grade twelve in all disciplines. Each book has a description called an "annotation" describing the book.

The Find a Book, California tool offers students over 160,000 books from which to choose. This book-search tool enables individuals to build custom reading lists based on Lexile range, grade level, and/or personal interests. The Find A Book program is a national, state-led summer reading initiative sponsored by the Council of Chief State Schools Officers.

Renaissance Learning is a company with an international presence whose “primary purpose is to accelerate learning for all children and adults of all ability levels and ethnic and social backgrounds, worldwide.” They provide a free, online tool to assist in finding the most appropriate and engaging books for students.

o   To get started, check out Renaissance Learning website above.  

o   AR BookFinder: AR BookFinder

o   AR BookFinder in Spanish:  AR BookFinder in Spanish

District Departments have also included a variety of resources parents and students can utilize that are content specific.  Click here for recommendations.



key dates to remember

AP Important Dates
AP exam flyer
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