Testing concludes for AP students

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Seniors Chloe Stoliker and Hannah Naura take part in the AP exam pre-bubbling session. Photo by Mrs. Boyce.

Marisa Grim '19, Page Designer

Advanced Placement (AP) testing concluded May 17. Students worked hard for many weeks preparing for the annual tests.
AP students had to sign up to take the exam; although students aren’t required to take the tests, teachers highly encourage that they do. The fee was $100 per test.
AP classes are college level because the classes also count
towards college credits which gives the students a huge advantage.
If a student decides to take the exam and passes, the class becomes college credit and they will not have to take the class in college. Taking these tests at the end of the year can save you a ton of money after graduating. If students do wll enough on the test and decide to go onto college after high school they won’t have to pay to take the class. Either you can pay $100 to take one exam or $1,000 or more to take the class you already took.