Advanced Placement at Marshfield High School
Coronavirus Impact on AP Exams:
Update-June 3, 2020
June 20 is the deadline for students to indicate or change their free score report recipient in My AP. Seniors- this is important for you especially so that the college, university, or scholarship program you'd like to receive your AP exam scores is completed for free.
May 26, 2020:
AP students who requested a makeup exam will be notified via email on May 28. If you do not hear from the College Board on May 28 please contact the College Board at 1-888-225-5427. AP students who've been scheduled for a makeup exam will automatically receive an email containing their unique makeup exam e-ticket two days prior to each of their exams. Get the makeup exam schedule.
May 18, 2020
When submitting your AP exam, if you receive a message at the end of your exam that states "We Did Not Receive Your Response" you must pay attention to the instructions on the screen about how to email your exam response. You must email your exam response immediately.
May 4, 2020
5 easy steps to ensure readiness for AP exam season
View more information here.
April 30, 2020
Video about what the 2020 AP online exam will look like. Please view this less than 5 minute tutorial video.
April 20, 2020:
Trevor Packer had an informative Parent Webinar about AP Exam Updates. A recording of this webinar can be viewed here.
Students Who Don’t Have Internet or a Device
College Board recognizes that some students may not have access to the tools and connectivity they need to review AP content online and take the exam. If you are a student or you know a student who needs mobile tools or connectivity, you can reach out to us directly to let us know—just fill out this form by April 24. (Formulario disponible aquí en español.)
As of April 6, 2020:
The College Board has recently given schools updated information about the May 2020 AP exam season. Below are some of the highlights. Marshfield High School’s AP Leadership Team encourages you to view College Board’s website for the updates in full detail.
- AP exams in 2020 will be a 45 minute exam that will be given online at the student’s home. Students may use a computer, a tablet, an iPad, or a smart phone.
- Students may not consult with anyone else during the exam time.
- Students can either type and upload their exam responses or write responses by hand and then submit a photo via their cell phone.
- AP exams will be during the weeks of May 11 and May 18. Please see the specific exam schedule below. Note the starting time of your exam and be prepared to log into the online testing system 30 minutes prior to your exam start timeto get set up.
- If you have a conflict with your AP exam date, you must email Mrs. Guldan (email@example.com ), AP Coordinator, by April 21, 2020. Include your first name, last name, AP exam name that you have a conflict with and the reason for your conflict. The AP Leadership Team will then review your request for the late AP exam date and let you know by email of the decision by May 1, 2020. Late testing will occur during the week of June 1.
- If you were approved for test accommodations, please know you will still receive them. If it was for extended time, College Board states the timer that you will see on your exam screen will be adjusted to your approved extended time amount. More information will be shared by College Board in upcoming weeks.
- Do you have a barrier to technology access? If you believe so, reach out to College Board online and scroll down on this website until you see Don’t Have Internet or a Device. Then click on Fill Out Form. You must do this by April 24, 2020. If you prefer to call College Board to talk about your technology concerns, please call them at 888-225-5427 by April 24, 2020.
- In late April, College Board will provide AP students with information on how to access the testing system on test day and video demonstrations so students can familiarize themselves with the system. It is highly recommended that you view the demonstrations prior to testingso that you can access your exam and that you are comfortable knowing how to submit your exam responses. Students need to go online and attend the AP review lessons as this will give you more information about what will be on the test, what the online test system will be like and how to get help with technology on exam day.
- If you decide between today and May 1, 2020 that you do not want to take an AP exam, you must email Mrs. Guldan ( firstname.lastname@example.org ), AP Coordinator, the following information: your first name, last name, AP exam name that you want to cancel and the reason for cancelling. College Board is stating that if you paid your AP exam fee in full then a full refund will be given. Refunds will only be given if Mrs. Guldan is notified by May 1, 2020. Refunds will not be processed until after all AP exams have been given.
2020 at home AP exam schedule
As of March 20, 2020:
College Board recognizes that schools and communities are navigating the unprecedented challenges posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the health and safety of educators and students are the AP Program’s top priorities. Here’s how the College Board plans to support schools:
- They will be providing free remote learning resources.
- They are investing in the development of a new at-home testing option.
The College Board has announced that traditional face-to-face exam administrations will not take place for the 2020 AP exam season. More information is coming from the College Board related to AP exam dates.
The College Board has announced that any student already registered for an AP exam can choose to cancel at no charge. Look for more information on how you can let Marshfield High School’s AP Coordinator know of your request to cancel an AP exam if that is the choice made.
Learn more at AP's website: https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/coronavirus-updates
Per the College Board on March 13, 2020:
The AP Program is closely monitoring the updates and guidance about the coronavirus (COVID-19) provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other leading health organizations. Our first concern is for the health and safety of students, their families, and their school communities.
To help schools and students, we’re focused on:
- Supporting student learning of the remaining content and skills in the course.
- Providing flexible and streamlined testing opportunities and partnering with colleges and universities to ensure that students can still receive the college credit they have been striving to earn all year long.
The AP Exam administration remains as scheduled for schools that will be open on May 4–8 and 11–15, with late testing scheduled for May 20–22.
2018 Results are here!
2018 had the most total AP students in the last five years, there were 49 more students who took an AP exam in 2018 compared to 2017
2018 had the highest number of AP students with scores of 3 or higher
2018 had 59 more exams given then 2017
MHS students continue to perform better than the Wisconsin data, 85.1% of total AP students at Marshfield HS had scores of 3+ where as Wisconsin is 69.0%
81.5% of all exams taken scored a 3 or higher!
Ms. Fassler and Mr. Treankler 2019 AP Excellence in Instruction Award recipients!
Mrs. Dargenio and Mr. Reierson 2018 AP Excellence in Instruction Award recipients!
Marshfield High School offers 30 Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Please see the course catalog for more information such as pre-requisites, grade level and so forth.
AP Leadership Team Members
Renae Guldan, AP Coordinator
715-387-4332 or email@example.com
Jamie Defelice, AP Administrator
Dan Dargenio, AP Teacher & Team Member
715-387-8464 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Len Luedtke, AP Team Member
715-387-8464 or email@example.com
AP Art 2-D
AP Art 3-D
AP Art History
AP Computer Science A
AP Computer Science Principles
AP Human Geography/Globalization
AP English Language & Composition
AP English Literature & Composition
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
AP Music Theory
AP Environmental Science
AP Physics 1
AP Physics 2
AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism
AP Physics C: Mechanics
AP History of American Government & Politics
AP US History
AP European History
AP World History
AP Comparative Government
AP French Language & Composition
AP German (Online Only)