Advanced Placement (AP)

The Advanced Placement Program promotes academic excellence in high schools by developing college-level course curricula and assessments for high school students.

Advanced Placement offers comprehensive examinations in more than 30 subject areas that correspond to AP course descriptions. In addition to the attraction of the rigor and challenge of the curricula, the courses have also become popular because students often earn college credit for success in the examinations.

In addition, students are able to take exams in other areas even if HHS does not offer the corresponding AP course.

Use the link at the bottom of this page for more detailed information about the specific 20 specific AP courses offered at Hopkins High School. For more general information about the Advanced Placement Program, please contact John Sammler or Rick Rexroth.

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AP Exam Schedule (pdf, 691 KB)

Download a copy of the AP Exam schedule taking place in May of 2019.

Letter to AP Test Candidates and Parents (pdf, 342 KB)

All students who are candidates for taking an AP Test should carefully read this letter along with their parents and/or guardians.

AP Drop Policy for Selected Courses

Students will not be allowed to drop the selected AP courses from their course requests after the June 1st audit deadline, or from their class schedule in the fall.