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Loudoun County Public Schools Announcement (April 6, 2022 at 12 Noon)
The Eid holiday, which was scheduled as a student and staff holiday in LCPS on Tuesday, May 3, has been moved to Monday, May 2. The School Board action was made to more accurately reflect and honor the start of the Eid holiday.
The Loudoun County School Board took this action at its Tuesday, April 5, meeting. The board’s vote alters the 2021-2022 calendar, which was adopted on December 1, 2020.
Monday, May 2, is now a student and staff holiday. Tuesday, May 3, is now a regular school day. Principals are advised to work with staff on pre-scheduled appointments or commitments on May 3, and to allow personal leave or sick leave be taken for the day or portion of the day.
Advanced Placement (AP) tests scheduled for May 2, will be moved to alternate test dates (Chemistry, May 18 in the morning; Spanish Literature & Culture, May 18 in the afternoon; Japanese Language & Culture, May 19 in the afternoon; and United States Government & Politics, May 20 in the afternoon). This change will be divisionwide, and no additional student fees will be applied to these schedule changes.
AP PRESENTATION TO STUDENTS & PARENTS [PDF VERSION]
Important Arrival Note:
7:45 AM Testing: We are asking all students to be at Broad Run by 7:35AM so we can begin testing right at 8AM.
12:15PM Testing: We are asking all students to be at Broad Run by 11:45AM so we can begin right at 12:15PM.
The College Board does designate an 8AM and 12PM test session. We have modified according to College Board policy to minimize AM & PM overlapping and to allow extra time for students who might be taking both AM & PM tests. Students with both a morning & afternoon test session will be given a 20 minute lunch break between the testing sessions.
May 4 - May 17 AP Testing will occur in Classrooms 169, 170, 176, 177, & 178
May 18 & May 20 AP Testing will occur in Classroom 603, Classroom 605, and School Counseling Offices.
This will be a secure hallway for AP Testing.
AP Exam Registration 2021-2022
Loudoun County Public Schools have put together a condenced letter which includes the following information:
1. AP Testing Dates
2. Direct Links to the AP College Board Website
3. Test Fees and Exam Registration Information
Log into you AP Central Account:
2. If students do NOT have an account - they will follow the prompts to create an AP Central Account (LINK). Most students have existing accounds since they have already taken the PSAT 8/9 (Freshman Year) or PSAT/NMSQT (Sophmore or Junior Year). DO not create an account if one already exists - select "Forgot User Name or Password" to see if an account exists.
Join your AP Teacher's AP Central Classroom:
Instructions on how to join my AP Teacher Classroom in AP Central
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find my AP Classroom join code?
Your teacher will provide this code during the first weeks of school. You must log into your College Board account to use the join code. All test registrations will default to "undecided" status; thus, students must select "yes" or "no" in the dropdown in order to register for an exam in each AP course that they are enrolled. Use this QUICK LINK for help on how to join AP Classroom with you teacher's join code.
Can I take an exam at the Academies if I am scheduled to attend school there on my test day?
Students who attend the Academies of Loudoun can choose to test at the Academies or at their home school. If you would like to do this, please ask Mr. Kozikowski or Mrs. Hallman (Academies of Loudoun Testing Coordinator) for an exam only join code. You must complete registration by November 5, 2021 (Broad Run Extended until Wednesday November 10th). This cannot be changed without a late fee being applied after that date. Use this QUICK LINK in order to see the direct information from the Academies. Click on this QUICK LINK in order to see the letter sent to Academy families.
What is the cost for AP exams?
Beginning with School Year 2021-2022, Loudoun County Public Schools will pay for up to four AP tests, per enrolled student, for the duration of their high school tenure. After those four, students, parents, and/or guardians are responsible for all financial obligations, the exception being students who are eligible for free or reduced lunch. Each exam is $87.00, with the exception of AP Seminar and AP Research, which are $135.00.
Will my AP scores be accepted at colleges and universities?
Students are encouraged to contact their post-secondary institutions of interest to determine whether they accept AP scores for credit or course promotion. Additional information for parents and students can be accessed through the College Board’s site and the LCPS website.