Advanced Placement AP
Connecting students to college success
AP is a rigorous academic program built on the commitment, passion, and hard work of students and educators from both secondary schools and higher education. Since 1955, the AP Program has enabled millions of students to take college-level courses and exams, and to earn college credit or placement while still in high school.
- MPS Students should complete registration by October 31, 2021
- Submission deadline for MPS AP Coordinators is November 15, 2021
A 2008 study found that AP students had better four-year graduation rates than those who did not take AP. For example, graduation rates for AP English Literature students were 62 percent higher than graduation rates for those
who took other English courses in high school.
Taking AP also increases eligibility for scholarships and makes candidates more attractive to colleges:
- 31 percent of colleges and universities consider a student's AP experience when making decisions about which students will receive scholarships.
- 85 percent of selective colleges and universities report that a student's AP experience favorably impacts admissions decisions. Advanced Placement Courses Offered:
Moore Public School's Course Guide
More information about AP exams can be obtained from each high school's AP coordinator or counselor, or
at the College Board website:
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AP at a Glance
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Discover the Benefits of AP
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The College Board is a not-for-profit membership organization which seeks to ensure that every student has access to a high-quality education and is prepared to succeed in college. Advanced Placement (AP) is one of its programs. Through Advanced Placement college-level courses and exams, high school students can earn college credit and advanced placement in college. The AP Central website provides information for students, parents and educators.
The 2021-22 AP Exams will be administered over two weeks in May: May 2 through 6 and May 9 through 13. Coordinators are responsible for notifying students when and where to report for the exams. Early testing or testing at times other than those published by the College Board is not permitted under any circumstances. Click here for the printable 2021-22 AP Exam schedule.
Exam Fee Assistance
For low-income students
The cost of the AP Exam is $96. College Board provides a $32 fee reduction. Schools provide a $9 fee reduction, and the State Department of Education provides a $43 fee reduction, making the cost of the exam $10 for low-income students. To get guidelines on who would be eligible for the low-income fee reduction, see your school’s AP Coordinator. The $10 cost applies to all AP exams eligible students take.
For non-low-income students who take 2 or more exams in one year
The State Department of Education provides a $25 discount on all tests for those students who do not qualify for the low-income fee reduction and who take 2 or more exams in one year. Tests that are taken at a local Career Tech can be combined with tests taken at the student’s home school to qualify for this discount. The cost of each exam would be $69.
For information about this assistance, contact
- Cliff Morgan
Oklahoma State Department of Education
2500 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
- Cliff Morgan
This site offers information related to the Advanced Placement Program in Oklahoma, including training, state incentives and classes.