Advanced Placement (AP) enables students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school.
Wayzata High School's AP program continues to grow in the variety of courses offered as well as the numbers of students willing to engage in rigorous academic challenges that match their abilities and interests. AP courses are college courses taught by trained teachers on the high school campus. The AP program offers numerous courses representing a variety of discipline areas to support 34 different AP Exams. The benefits for a student selecting these courses are many.
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Exams will either be administered at WHS or at the Medina Entertainment Center. You will be notified prior to your exam date.
The College Board has released several updates to the AP testing schedule for this spring. The College Board determines what tests will be offered on which days and at what time of the day. They also determine the testing format. After much consideration, Wayzata High School is prioritizing in-person paper/pencil exams as the best option for our students and will follow the College Board's posted schedule for Exam Administration 1, with a few exceptions which are highlighted in the schedule below.
Exam Administration Paper/Pencil - in person at either WHS or Medina Ballroom
All World Languages and Music Theory exams will be done at WHS.
Additional details, including exam start will be shared at a later date.