AP/Dual Enrollment

AP/Dual Enrollment Courses 2019-2020

Advanced Placement

AP courses are available to St. Teresa's students who meet the eligibility requirements. Refer to the Course Selection Guide for information. Students are encouraged to research in advance what score must be achieved on each subject exam in order to earn college credit; colleges differ on their policies. Consult the institution's website, contact the admissions office or go to the College Board's website at http://collegesearch.collegeboard.com/apcreditpolicy/index.jsp

Transcripts - AP scores are not included on transcripts; it is the student's responsibility to submit scores to the college of choice.

SPECIAL NOTE - Registration & Payment for AP Exams in May 2020 will take place in late August/early September of 2019 per new College Board procedures. 

2020 AP Exam Dates & Times

US Government Monday, May 4 7:45 am
Calculus AB Tuesday, May 5 7:45 am
English Literature (juniors) Wednesday, May 6 7:45 am
Chemistry Thursday, May 7 7:45 am
Physics 1 Thursday, May 7 11:45 am
US History Friday, May 8 7:45 am
Computer Science A Friday, May 8 11:45 am
Biology Monday, May 11 7:45 am
Chinese* Monday, May 11 11:45 am
Environmental Science Monday, May 11 11:45 am
Spanish Language Tuesday, May 12 7:45 am
Latin Tuesday, May 12 11:45 am
Psychology Tuesday, May 12 11:45 am
English Language (seniors) Wednesday, May 13 7:45 am
Music Theory Wednesday, May 13 11:45 am
World History Thursday, May 14 7:45 am
French Language Friday, May 15 11:45 am
Statistics Friday, May 15 11:45 am

 *Environmental Science and Chinese conflict. If a student plans to take both exams, they will take Environmental Science on May 11 and Chinese during late AP testing on May 21 at noon. 

AP Exam Info

  • Exams - $94. each 

Dual Enrollment

A number of courses are offered at St. Teresa's for college credit through Rockhurst University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Students must meet eligibility requirements for enrollment in college credit courses. It is the student's responsibility to research if a particular course will transfer to their institution of choice. Consult the institution's website or the admissions office for more information. It is important to know if they will transfer the credit only, or the credit and the grade earned.

It is recommended that students wait until mid June following graduation to send an official transcript from RU or UMKC to the institution they plan to enroll. This will ensure that the transcript is complete. Be sure to take the address of the future institution with you.

To request RU transcripts go to: https://www.studentclearinghouse.org/secure_area/Transcript/to_bridge.as...
Transcript requests may also be made in person: The Office of the Registrar is located in Massman Hall.

University of Missouri at Kansas City  (UMKC)
http://www.umkc.edu/registrar/records/transcripts.asp
Requests for transcripts must be made in writing and include a student signature. Print and complete form; no e-mail or phone requests are accepted. The processing fee for transcripts is approximately $7 (additional if a rush order). The Office of the Registrar is located at 5100 Oak in the Administrative Center. Requests may be faxed to 816.235.5513 (credit card needed). You may also mail your request to UMKC Transcripts, 5100 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, MO 64110.