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Advanced Placement

2022-2023 AP Presentation to schools-Registration Night.pptx

College Board - AP

To learn more about AP Capstone, please see the Puyallup School District High School Course of Study or visit:

College Board - AP Capstone (AP Seminar and AP Research)

For specific information about individual Advanced Placement classes and summer assignments at Rogers, please join the AP page on Schoology:

RHS AP Schoology



  • It is very important that you arrive early or on time for your exam. You will report to your testing location with your photo ID (school ID/ASB, Driver’s License/Permit, Passport).
  • Locations will also be posted outside the Counseling Center starting April 26.   If you need further information regarding your testing day/location, please contact the RHS AP Coordinator, Mr. Lynch at [email protected]. Most tests will be in the PAC or the Library.  If you have accommodations on file, you will be notified of your alternative testing location.
  • If you still need to pay for your exam, please visit or call Ms. Neeley, RHS Bookkeeper at 253-841-8720 or email at [email protected]

Test Day Reminders:

  • Transportation – Please remember you must schedule your own transportation to and from school.
  • Test start times are firm and cannot be delayed due to a late school bus.  
  • All students must be dismissed from the exam room at the same time. No one may leave early. If a student finishes before the end of the testing time, they must sit quietly until all students are dismissed. Even if all students have completed testing, they cannot be dismissed before the allotted testing time.

Bring THESE ITEMS to the exam room:

  • No. 2 pencils for your multiple-choice answer sheet
  • Pens with black or dark blue ink for completing areas on the exam booklet covers and for free-response questions in most exams
  • An acceptable calculator if your AP Exam allows the use of a calculator
  • Picture ID (School ID/ASB Card, Driver’s License/Permit, Passport)

Do NOT Bring to the Exam Room

  • Electronic equipment including phones, smartwatches, fitness trackers, wearable technology, cameras, recording or listening devices, or any other type of electronic or communication device
  • Books, reference guides, notes, compasses, protractors, mechanical pencils, pencils that are not No. 2, correction fluid, dictionaries, highlighters, or colored pencils
  • Scratch paper: Students testing in-school are prohibited from bringing scratch paper to the AP Exam, but scratch paper will be provided
  • Watches that beep, make a noise, or have an alarm
  • Calculators that are not approved
  • Reference guides
  • Ear plugs
  • Clothing or shoes with subject-related information
  • Clipboards
  • Cell Phones are PROHIBITED in the testing rooms. Students are encouraged to leave their phones outside the testing room. If you bring a cell phone in, we will hold it for the duration of the testing period and cannot be accessed during breaks.


For all exams—a student observed with any of these prohibited items during testing or breaks may be dismissed from the exam, the device may be confiscated, the student’s score may be canceled, and no retest may be permitted.


* Students may bring bottled drinks ONLY (NO fountain drinks/sodas/iced coffee, etc with lids or straws) and a snack. All food items will be stored on tables and students will only be able to eat or drink during the scheduled break between sections. Students may not have food or drink at their testing tables.

Terms & Conditions: We want to remind you that the 2022 AP® Exam Terms and Conditions are available to review at This agreement details the rules and policies students must follow related to taking the 2022 AP Exams. 

  • Students will need to accept these terms and conditions on their AP answer sheet, prior to taking each exam.
  • Any updates to the terms and conditions will be clearly summarized on the terms and conditions page.
  • Note: For AP Art and Design students, there are separate Art and Design AP Exam Terms and Conditions, available at Students will need to accept these terms before submitting their artwork through the Art and Design web application. 

TEST SCORES - Scores will be available to students online at in July. To access your scores, you must log into your My AP account in College Board.

June 20: Deadline for students to indicate their free score report recipient through My AP. Students need to indicate the college, university, or scholarship program they’d like to receive their score report. Students sign into MyAP (, go to MyAP Profile, then click the Score Send tab.