Students enrolled in an AP course must sign up for a College Board online account, join their AP class(es), and select the exam(s) they will be taking at myap.collegeboard.org. This sign up process should have been completed by October 1, 2021.
Exams went on sale online through the JBHS WebStore starting Monday, October 4, 2021. The price is $96 per exam. See “AP Exam Payment Options” for more details.
The deadline to purchase AP exams will be 3:00 pm on Friday, November 5, 2021. A $40 late fee, per exam, will be charged to any tests purchased after this date.
If a student chooses not to take the AP test after purchase, there is a $40 cancellation fee.
Spring Semester Exception: Students enrolled in a second semester AP Economics or AP Government class will be eligible to purchase that exam at a later date. The spring sales window will be open from March 1- March 11, 2021.
To qualify for a fee reduction for the AP exams, please email the letter that states you have been approved for the free and reduced lunch program for the current school year to Mrs. Wade, email@example.com, in the main office. The reduced fee for AP testing is $53.
If you have proof of eligibility for a reduced exam fee but are not able to purchase the Scholarship / Free & Reduced on the WebStore, please email proof of eligibility from https://Family.TitanK12.com to Mrs. Wade DebraWade@burbankusd.org. The reduced fee for AP testing is $20.
The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) System consists of the following assessments:
Smarter Balanced English language arts/literacy and mathematics
California Alternate Assessments for English language arts, mathematics, and science
California Science Tests
Standards-based Tests in Spanish
The CAASPP Portal Web site is your source for access to test administration systems, training resources and materials, the latest CAASPP news, and important dates regarding administering the CAASPP tests.
The California Science Test (CAST) is an online assessment based on the California Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). All local educational agencies (LEAs) with eligible students in grades five and eight and in high school will administer the CAST field test online. Students will not receive scores for the field test; however, student participation data will be collected and reported for accountability.
Students in grades three through eight and grade eleven will receive full-length summative tests for both English language arts/literacy and mathematics, with approximately seven to eight hours of total testing time for each student. Every device used for testing must have a secure browser installed. Stable, high-speed Internet is required.
The physical fitness test (PFT) for students in California schools is the FITNESSGRAM. The main goal of the test is to help students in starting life-long habits of regular physical activity. Public school students in grades five, seven, and nine are required to take the PFT, whether or not they are enrolled in a physical education class or participate in a block schedule. Students who are physically unable to take the entire test battery are to be given as much of the test as his or her condition will permit.(Education Code (EC) Section 60800 and the California Code of Regulations, Title 5, section 1041).
Low-cost, teacher taught SAT prep classes. More information available in the JBHS Main Office.
Khan Academy SAT Resources
Khan Academy is the official partner of the CollegeBoard. Provides robust and interactive FREE skills practice for the PSAT and the SAT tests. Supplemental and personalized study plans available for all students based on their areas of need.