Advanced Placement Exams


Exams will be administered at the Mission Hills Church and TRHS 

Mission Hills Church

620 Southpark Drive

Littleton, Colorado 80120

Registration Fees and Deadlines:

Regular registration: $98.00 per Exam - Due 11/15/2023

Late Registration: $138.00 per Exam ($98.00 + $40.00 late fee) after 11/15/2023  

*3/13/2024 for 2nd semester only classes

*NO registration after 3/13/2024 – NO EXCEPTIONS

Payment for Exams

Fees for AP Exams will be collected through MySchoolBucks.  Fees will be added to each students’ IC account and a MySchoolBucks invoice will be generated.  There will be a fee for each AP course currently enrolled. A late fee of $40, will be added after 11/15.  2nd semester only AP fees (AP US Government and AP Macroeconomics) will be added for the spring semester and will be due 3/13/2024.

Unused/Canceled Exam Policy:

If a student cancels his/her exam by 3/13/2024, there will be an additional $40 added for unused/canceled exams.  

Fee Reduced or Waived Exams:

Students who may qualify for reduced or waived exams fees (due to eligibility for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program) need to see Ms. Palmer at the finance window to register for AP exams.

Testing Times:

Morning Exams Afternoon Exams

Arrival time – 7:30am                     Arrival time – 11:30am

Students will be expected to provide their own transportation to and from Mission Hills Church and/or ThunderRidge High School.                                   

Week 1

Morning 8am

Afternoon 12pm

Monday 5/6

US Gov


Tuesday 5/7

Human Geography


Wednesday 5/8

English Lit

Computer Science A

Thursday 5/9

Environmental Science


Friday 5/10

US History



Week 2

Morning 8am

Afternoon 12pm

Monday 5/13

Calc AB/BC 

Tuesday 5/14

English Lang

Physics C: Mechanics

Wednesday 5/15

World History 

Computer Science Principles 

Thursday 5/16

Spanish Lang


Friday 5/17

Physics 1

Art and Design: Friday, May 10, 2024 (8 p.m. ET), is the deadline for AP Art and Design students to submit their three portfolio components as final in the AP Digital Portfolio.


Reach out to [email protected] with questions or concerns. 

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