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  • Woodside High School encourages all our AP students to take their exams
  • Test registration is done in AP classes by students. 
  • All tests will be given at school (no at-home testing)
  • The “regular” price per exam is about $120 (but there are fee reductions for students who need them)
  • There are no full refunds for students who change their minds and decide not to test.
  • The first payment will be due in November and the final payment is due by March.
  • Changes to a student's exam schedule cost $40 each. 
  • Students who need to reschedule their exams for reasons of health, emergency, academic, or athletic-competition conflict will be able to test in the late-testing week (end of May).
  • The regular testing period will be only two weeks 
  • Student registration on AP Classroom is free and it is required.  It is not a commitment to take the exam.  When students register on AP Classroom, they get access to study materials and resources.  Their teachers might make assignments there.
  • NOTE: We only have the capacity to proctor tests to Woodside students. 
There is a $40 non-refundable deposit due by Friday, November 17, 2023 in order to secure the AP exam.
February 12, 2024: 
  1. Complete payment for exams
  2. Cancel exams that will not be taken
  3. Late registration for exams that weren't ordered in November 
Payments will continue to be completed online. Log in to Create an account, and click on make a payment to pay. 
  • You can purchase exams using a debit or credit card. This option provides you with immediate payment confirmation.
  • You can also choose to mail your payment (personal check, money order, cashier’s check) to Total Registration.
Both options require you to login to
NOTE: We only have the capacity to proctor tests to Woodside students.

Advanced Placement Program

AP Summer Assignments 2024-2025

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AP Summer Assignments 2024-2025

Summer Assignments for AS and AP Classes
Please click on the class name for the link to the assignment for your class. No classes require a textbook this summer. 

The following classes don’t have a summer assignment:
AP Statistics
AP Calculus BC
AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computere Science A: Java
AP Latin
AP Spanish Language
AP Spanish Literature
AP Chinese
How Many AP Courses Should a Student Take?
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AP Course Offerings at Woodside

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AP Course Offerings at Woodside

Course Title Teacher teacher's email Department
 Art:  Drawing
Julie Marten  Digital, Visual, and Performing Arts
Art:  Three-dimensional Art and Design
Amanda Yopp  Digital, Visual, and Performing Arts
Joseph Ezrati
Calculus AB
Josh Gelb
Brianna Lee
Calculus BC Stephanie Finander Mathematics
Chinese Language and Culture Yihui Xu World Languages
Computer Science A
Computer Science Principles
Swati Tomar Digital, Visual, and Performing Arts
English Language and Composition Mark Reibstein
Aaron Vanian
English Literature and Composition
Lisa Camera
Environmental Science Ann Akey

World History Patrick McDevitt Social Studies
French Language and Culture Laurence Arfi-Tocatlian larfi-tocatlian World Languages
Latin Alan Eaton World Languages
Physics C: Mechanics Stephanie Finander Science
Spanish Language and Culture
Julieta Gomez
Juan Carlos Prado
 World Languages
Spanish Literature and Culture Julieta Gomez World Languages
Statistics Hernan Cuevas Mathematics
United States History
Ramie Macioce
Social Studies
About the Advanced Placement Program

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About the Advanced Placement Program

Why choose AP? More than 90 percent of four-year colleges in the United States and colleges in more than 60 other countries give students credit, advanced placement or both on the basis of AP Exam scores. By entering college with AP credits, you'll have the time to move into upper level courses, pursue a double-major or study abroad.

Advanced Placement courses are the most widely accepted and honored classes at four-year universities in the United States.

AP students stand out in the college application process. Research consistently shows that AP students who score a 3 or higher on AP Exams (based on a scale from 1 to 5, with 5 being the highest) typically experience greater academic success in college and have higher college graduation rates than students who do not participate in AP.

Choose Advanced Placement (AP)
Click here to learn why more students choose AP.
Requesting Accommodations from College Board for AP Tests

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Requesting Accommodations from College Board for AP Tests

If your child has a documented disability and needs accommodations to take an AP test, the Intervention Counselor (who works as the SSD coordinator for College Board) can work with you to request those accommodations from the College Board. Once approved by the College Board, accommodations can be used to take the SAT, PSAT, and AP exams.  
The approval process can take up to seven weeks, so it is important that we start early. 
Start by completing the parent consent form and then reach out to the SSD coordinator for College Board at or call (650) 367-9750 ext. 45345.  
Keep in mind that students who use accommodations in school, have an individualized Education Program (IEP), or have a 504 plan are not automatically qualified for the College Board testing accommodations.  Students must request accommodations from the College Board in order to receive accommodations on either the SAT, PSAT, or AP exams.   
For more information about testing accommodations or to inquire about the process please contact Isabel Phillips, the Intervention Counselor (who works as the SSD coordinator for College Board), at or call at (650) 367-9750 ext. 45345.

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AP Coordinator: Cara Klackle
Instructional Vice Principal
(650) 367-9750  Ext:  40020 email:
Questions about AP exam registration:  Lupe Flores-Robles
IVP Secretary
(650) 367-9750  Ext: 40021    email: