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AP Information

 
Welcome to the Information page for AP Exams for Central High School. Here you will find all the information you will need for registration, payment, and taking the AP Exam at Central High School for the 2020-2021 School Year.
 
If you have any questions please feel free to contact the CHS AP Coordinator:
 
Anthony Nona
Phone - (559) 276-0280 x 50139
Mailing Address - 3535 N Cornelia Ave, Fresno, Ca 93722
 

AP Testing Changes

There have been changes to the AP Testing schedule and procedure to allow for safety and health of students.  While testing will still be offered in person for all AP exams, certain AP exams will be allowed to be taken digitally at home.  If you wish to take your tests at home you will need to fill out and submit the form below by Friday March 5th. 
 
The document may be mailed, or scanned and sent to Anthony Nona at Central East High School even if your student is currently enrolled at West Campus. 
 
Anthony Nona
Phone - (559) 276-0280 x 50139
Mailing Address - 3535 N Cornelia Ave, Fresno, Ca 93722
 
This form must be received at Central East High School by Friday March 5th 2021. 
 
Thank you and if there are any questions please contact Anthony Nona.

TESTING REGISTRATION

Below you will find the Central High School AP registration form for the 2020-2021 AP Exam. You must turn in a copy of this registration form when you pay for your exam to be eligible to take an AP Exam.
 
Please be aware that due to the current pandemic CHS will be accepting payments either online by visiting your student's home campus Web store, or by mailing a Check, Money Order, or Cashier's check made out to Central High School to the finance office. Please review the below document for more information and if there are any questions please contact the CHS AP Coordinator

College Credit

The AP program is designed to help students prepare for college by providing academic instruction that meets the level of rigor of many introductory college courses. While this is the intent of the program, many colleges have their own guidelines as for which tests and courses provide credit at their institution. Please visit the link below for a listing of which classes are accepted by which college.
 
 
Please be aware that while College Board does their best to make sure that the list is up to date, this list may not be 100% accurate. It would be in your best interest to contact the school you are interested in to verify this information.