Advanced Placement (AP)

  • Order your AP Exam

    Pay for your AP exams 

    • For New Caney ISD Students, AP exam fees are $25.00 per exam up to a maximum of $100.00.  The district will pay the difference of the $98.00 per exam fee that the College Board charges and $146 for AP Capstone exams.   
    • Click here to access New Caney High School Total Registration (available after the start of school)
    • All payments will be made to Total Registration with the following options:
      • Online credit/debit card
      • A check/money order is sent to Total Registration. 
      • note: free and reduced lunch does not exempt a student from the exam fees.
    • All exam fees are due by October 27, 2023.  After this due date, there will be an additional fee of $40 per exam to cover The College Board's late ordering fee.
    • If you can not make your payment due to a hardship, complete the  Hardship Application to request financial aid and return it to Mrs. Patuerau in room F215 before October 27, 2023

    Note: If the student is not registered with the College Board and paid their fee on the Total Registration site by the due date, the exam may not be ordered.


    Additional Fees

    There will be an additional $15 fee for any exam that is not used due to dropped class or missed exam.  This fee will cover The College Board's fee of $40 for unused exams.


    Independent Study Students interested in taking an AP exam

    • Students who are doing independent study and would like to register for an AP exam, complete and return the Application for Independent Study AP Exam to Kay Patureau in room F215.
    • The fee for each exam is $98 and $146 for AP Capstone and is due at the time of registration.
    • Click on the link to access the application 2024 Application for Independent Study AP Exam ordering.
    • The due date for registration is October 27, 2023.


    AP Late Testing Policy 

    Late testing is only permitted under specific circumstances that comply with the College Board's Late Testing Policy.  Documentation is required before a test can be ordered.  A lack of proper documentation may result in a student not being able to take a late test on an alternative date.  Students missing an AP test for any other reason may not qualify to request late testing.  

    The campus Testing Coordinator will make the final decision on whether the campus will administer a late test for a student.  Students may be permitted to register for a late test on an alternate date under the following circumstances: with no extra fee:

      • Family commitment (death in the immediate family, college/university graduation)
      • School sponsored events
      • Academic or athletic contest/event
      • Ordering error

    A ny student can pay the College Board late fee of $40 to take a late exam. 

    Request for Accommodations

    If you would like to request test accommodation, email, Kay Patureau, Campus Testing Coordinator, for further information.

    Click on the link Consent Form for the College Board Accommodations Request.  Complete and return to Kay Patureau.

    2023-2024 College Board Accommodation Request Due Dates

    College Board Accommodation Information

    Home School Students

    Please contact Kay Patureau or call 281-577-2800 for more information.  The deadline to register and pay is October 27, 2023.

    Home School AP Registration Form - Complete and return to Kay Patureau with payment by October 27, 2023. Note:  exams will not be ordered until the payment is received.


    Scores will be posted by mid July.  You can access your scores through your MyAP account.  


    Links to resources for AP Testing:

    Questions or need assistance with registration, please contact Kay Patureau in room F215, email or call 281-577- 2800 ext. 5136