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  • AP Testing Details

    Advanced Placement (AP) Exams begin next week! See Exam Schedule HERE.

    AM Exam Sessions: Students MUST arrive to HHS’ Media Center at 7:25 AM (DO NOT go to 1st hour, report directly to the exam session). NO late arrivals will be admitted to the exam room(s), NO exceptions. Exams vary in length depending on the subject being tested, see approximate test times HERE. AM examinees will be dismissed from the exam room to attend lunch, followed by afternoon classes OR the PM exam session. No individual early dismissals are permitted, no exceptions.

    PM Exam Sessions: Students MUST arrive to HHS’ Media Center at 11:40 AM (beginning of C Lunch). NO late arrivals will be admitted to the exam room(s), NO exceptions. Students are responsible for informing their 4th hour teachers that they will excuse themselves at 11:35 AM to report to the Media Center for the PM test session. PM examinees will be dismissed from the exam room when testing is complete. No individual early dismissals are permitted, no exceptions. PM test sessions will begin at approximately 12 PM and will end at different times depending on the length of the AP exam (see approximate test times link above). Students that do not drive themselves (bus riders, parent pickup, etc.) MUST arrange alternate transportation home on test days, as MOST tests will end after the regular 2:15 PM dismissal time. Student athletes should inform coaches of approximate PM test session end times.

    ***Students with C LUNCH taking a PM AP exam MUST inform their 4th hour teachers that they will excuse themselves to attend B LUNCH, followed by reporting directly to the Media Center at 11:40 AM for testing.

    Test Day Policies/Procedures:

    • Student backpacks and phones (turned OFF, not to silent or Airplane Mode) will be placed outside of the exam room and will NOT be accessible to students at any time during testing, including during scheduled break(s)
    • Food/Drink will be accessible ONLY during break(s)
    • Restroom may be used during active testing for emergencies, but examinee will NOT be permitted to make up lost test time

    What to Bring:

    • Two sharpened No. 2 pencils with erasers for completing multiple choice answer sheets
    • Two pens with black or dark blue ink for completing exam booklet cover information & free-response questions
    • Watch (optional)-analog or digital only, NO smart watches or wearable technology
    • Calculator (two maximum) with the necessary capabilities if taking an AP Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physics, or Statistics Exam
    • Visit org/courses, click the course link for specific calculator policy per subject test
      • Visit org/calculators for the most current list of approved graphing calculators
    • Ruler or straightedge IF taking the AP Physics Exam
    • School or Government-Issued Photo ID
    • Food/Drink (optional) to be consumed ONLY during scheduled break(s)

    What NOT to Bring:

    • Electronics-phones, smartwatches, wearable technology, laptops, tablet computers, Bluetooth devices, portable recording or listening devices-MP3 player, iPOD, etc.- cameras or other photographic equipment, devices that can access the internet, separate timers of any kind, and any other electronic or communication devices
    • Books, dictionaries, test prep materials
    • Mechanical pencils
    • Scratch paper

    Test scores will be available to students online at apscore.org in July.

    Students must indicate their free score report recipient in MyAP (myap.collegeboard.org) by June 20th.  Go to “My AP Profile”, then click “Score Send.”

    Questions? See your AP teacher, your counselor, or Ms. Tate

    GO AP KNIGHTS!!


     

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  • Spring Finals Schedule & Details

    Senior Finals Schedule

    9th - 11th Grade Finals Schedule

     

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  • Parchment.com for your Transcript Needs

    Higley High School is proud to offer Parchment.com services for all of your transcript needs.  For details on requesting transcripts please go to the Programs/Services tab, choose the Registration tab, and then choose the Requesting a High School Transcript tab.

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  • Register My Athlete

    In an attempt to streamline the athletic clearance process, Higley High School is going paperless.

    Using the enclosed instructions, you will now complete the athletic clearance packet electronically at RegisterMyAthlete.com. All forms can be viewed and signed electronically, and additional required forms (i.e.-physical forms, etc.) can be uploaded to your account.

    Please follow the enclosed instructions to register your students for athletic clearance, for the 2020-2021 academic school year. If you have any questions, contact the Elizabeth Lafayette Ronchetto in Athletic Department at 480.279.7317

     

    Instructions for Register My Athlete

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