College Board (AP, PSAT, SAT)

Advanced Placement (AP) Exams


The College Board is the organization that produces the Advanced Placement program (in addition to the SAT and PSAT).

The Advanced Placement (AP) program enables high school students to pursue college-level studies, with your score on the AP exam possibly earning college credit (the specific requirements vary for each college), and possibly earning you a higher placement in courses when you enroll in college.

West Campus offers the following AP courses:

PSAT and National Merit Scholar


The PSAT/NMSQT is the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. PSAT scores are used to identify National Merit Scholars and award merit scholarships.

The total score is the sum of the two section scores; its range is 320–1520. Your students receive scores in the range of 160–760 for each of two sections. The Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section score combines the scores for the Reading Test and the Writing and Language Test.

SAT Exam


Testing requirements for many college applications have changed. Be sure to check with the admissions office of any colleges you plan to apply to so that you have the latest information on testing criteria.

Testing Accomodations & Fee Waivers


We are committed to providing equitable and accessible testing environments for our learners. If your student has an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan, please reach out the counseling department to request accommodations for College Board exams. 

Please note that students who have previously requested an accommodation with College Board are automatically renewed until graduation.