Advanced Placement courses are college level classes that expect students to be prepared for an extensive and rigorous study of the curricular area. Students in these courses can expect 1-2 hours of homework every night. The purpose of these courses is to prepare students for the AP exam in May. Earning a score of 3 or above on the AP exam allows the student opportunity to receive college credit. Find out how AP credit is placed at a specific college.
For additional information about Advanced Placement and 2023 testing dates, please visit the AP Website.
Taylorsville High School Course Options
Taylorsville High School offers 23 Advanced Placement (AP) courses for 9th-12th graders. Students can sign up for AP courses during course selection. There is a fee to take the AP test at the end of the year and this information will be provided in the AP class.
2023 Test Dates
For those of you signed up to take an AP test this year, testing starts on May 2nd and will run through May 13th. Please see schedule below to find the date and time of your test, as well as where it will be located. If applicable, bring your calculator, pencil and blue and black pens if you have essays that you’re writing. Be sure to eat a good breakfast that day and be well rested. Remember, no electronic devices (cell phones) are allowed at any point during testing. A small snack will be provided by the school during your break in the test. If you still owe any money on your AP test, the deadline to pay is April 29th. You can pay in the bookstore.
Testing dates coming soon.