AP Coordinator: Kelli Schuyler, firstname.lastname@example.orgAP Coordinator: Dr. Tasha Young, email@example.com
UPDATE REGARDING AP TESTING 2020
AP Students and Parents,
Due to the unprecedented challenges posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, College Board has made changes to Advanced Placement (AP) testing for the spring of 2020.
- AP testing has NOT been cancelled; however, traditional face-to-face exam administration at schools WILL NOT TAKE PLACE.
- AP exams will be taken at-home (virtual/on-line exams).
- For each AP subject, there will be 2 different testing dates, one in early May and one in late May. Students will have the option to select their testing date. Each exam will now last 45 minutes and will contain free-response only.
- Students wishing to cancel their AP testing may do so WITHOUT any cancelation fees assessed. Refunds for cancelled AP tests will be given in June.
- In conjunction with the Forsyth County Schools AP teachers, College Board will be providing free remote learning resources.
- Forsyth County Schools AP teachers will be in contact with students about changes to the tests, test prep etc.
- The full exam schedule, specific free-response question types that will be on each AP Exam, and additional testing details will be available by April 3rd.
- Students will receive College Board updates via email. Students should check the College Board platform to be sure their contact information is up-to-date.
For more information about changes to AP testing, please visit College Board’s website: https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/about-ap/news-changes/coronavirus-updateLHS is recognized annually as an AP Merit School, AP STEM School, AP STEM Achievement School and AP Humanities School. These designations reflect the hard work of Lambert students and teachers and their success across all areas of the Advanced Placement program.
AP CAPSTONE INFORMATION!
AP Capstone application for the 2020-2022 cohort is due by 4:00 pm on Friday, February 14, 2020. All recommendations are due by Thursday, February 13th. See Dr. Young in room 2203 if you have questions! In order to access the link below, you MUST be logged in via your forsyth county email/student number!
Parents and Students: For information about this year's AP Exam Registration log into itslearning and check the page for your AP Course.
Per College Board requirements, the registration timeline has been moved to the fall and will conclude Monday, October 28th at midnight.
Late exams incur a $40 per exam fee, as required by College Board.
Exams cancelled after October 28th will incur a $40 per exam fee, as required by College Board.
August 15- October 28, 2019
No Late Registration Window
In order for LHS to order exams accurately, all students intending to take AP Exam(s) must complete the two-step registration and payment process within the regular registration window.
STEP 1: Resources and Exam Registration:
Using join codes provided by instructors, students register in the My AP College Board site for access to resources and exam ordering.
Students will use their existing College Board account or create an account.
- for each AP Class, students register for a set of resources
- indicate their intent to take the exam
- provide student information to College Board to creat AP Student Exam Labels
Special Note: LHS students taking online courses
- Must use the join code from their online provider (FVA or GAVs), in order to access the resources and indicate under "Order Exam?" they should select "NO."
- Then using the "Exam Only" join codes from LHS they will log back into My AP and indicate under "Order Exam?" they should select "YES." This will allow LHS to order their exam for May.EXAM ONLY Join Codes
- Log into student Total Registration (TR) account (see below)
- after registering in TR, on the Home Page look for Account Functions
- Select "Student Account History"
- Join codes for all course, including Exam Only, will on the far right column in the table.
STEP 2: Payment through Total Registration (TR):
Lambert High School is excited to offer families the ability to pay their exam fees online at the time of registration through Total Registration (TR). All payments must be made through Total Registration.
Go to https://user.totalregistration.net/AP/110927 to create account, register for exams, and pay for exams
Special Note: LHS students taking online courses or Independent Study
If you are taking online course(s) or preparing for exams independently, select "Independant study" for your teacher.
This will also allow the system to provide you the "Exam Only" join codes for you My Ap account.
Contact Kelli Schuyler or Tasha Young with any questions!
Remember the GaDOE pays for one AP STEM Exam fee per AP student; the administrative fee still applies. Be sure to check the appropriate box for the STEM waiver when registering!
AP CAPSTONE INFORMATION!
AP Capstone application for the 2020-2022 cohort is due by 4:00 pm on Friday, February 14, 2020. All recommendations are due by Thursday, February 13th. See Dr. Young if you have questions! In order to access the link below, you MUST be logged in via your forsyth county email/student number!
Lambert High School students have the opportunity to prepare themselves for college and possibly earn college credit through completing advanced studies courses and taking the AP exams. The following advanced studies courses are offered at LHS.English CoursesFine ArtsForeign LanguagesAP Language & CompositionAP Literature & CompositionAP Seminar (Capstone)AP Music TheoryAP Studio Art: 2-DAP Studio Art: 3 -DAP Studio Art: DrawingAP French Language and CultureAP FrenchAP LatinAP Spanish Language and CultureAP Spanish Literature and CultureMath CoursesScience CoursesSocial Studies CoursesAP Calculus ABAP Calculus BCAP Computer Science PrinciplesAP Computer Science AAP StatisticsAP BiologyAP ChemistryAP Environmental ScienceAP Physics 1AP Physics 2AP Physics C: Electricity & MagAP Physics C: MechanicalAP Research (Capstone)AP European HistoryAP Human GeographyAP MacroeconomicsAP PsychologyAP US GovernmentAP US HistoryAP World HistoryAdvanced Placement classes have content that is both rigorous and challenging. These courses are taught at the college level and must meet certain criteria as outlined on the College Board’s Advanced Placement website (https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/apcourse). Based on their performance on the rigorous exams in each course administered in May and based on the policies of each college, it is possible for students to obtain college placement exemptions or college credit. Course descriptions and course requirements are outlined on the College Board website. If you are looking for additional information about the benefits of taking AP Courses and Exams, the College Board has a lot of material available for review, visit AP Student/College BoardInformation about the AP Program and specific descriptions about each of the courses offered at Lambert High School can be found using the links on the left side of this page. On the AP Program and Courses page you will find the LHS AP Course Digest, designed by our AP Teachers to provide students and parents with more specific course descriptions, including some of the prerequisite skills and content covered throughout the course.Advanced Placement offerings are contingent upon sufficient enrollment of interested, self-disciplined, and self-motivated students who are willing to commit to considerable out-of-class preparation. Certain AP courses require prerequisite courses.