• AP Exams
    AP Exams
    Are you interested in earning college credit while in high school? Students who earn a qualifying score on an Advanced Placement (AP) Exam can receive credit at many colleges and universities. This can be a great head start to your college career.

    Important Information for the AP Program & Exams
    As we continue to deal with the adjustments that need to be made because of the Coronavirus outbreak throughout the country, our students need to be attentive to their personal and BVT e-mails regarding Advanced Placement classes, studies, and the AP Exam situation.

    This spring, we will be administering all AP Exams via pencil & paper here on campus at BVT.  Students will take their respective exams in person. BVT will not only adhere to all College Board requirements, but state and local restrictions to ensure a safe test administration.

    We encourage our students and their parents to take the time to familiarize themselves with the College Board's AP Exam Regulations & Security prior to exam day. 

    If you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact:

    Mr. Grabowski
    Assessment Coordinator/AP Coordinator
    508-529-7758  x3003

  • AP Exams
    The AP exam for Spring 2022 is going to be a full-length exam. All students must adhere to the College Board regulations.

    Participating in the AP exam is mandatory for students enrolled in an AP course.
    • AP Exams are administered in May.
    • Students should submit payment to the Business Office.
    • Students with disabilities who have been approved for College Board accommodations
       should notify their AP teacher and Mr. Grabowski at sgrabows@valleytech.k12.ma.us 

    Students who earn a qualifying score on an AP Exam may be eligible to receive college credit. For more information, you can search a college’s credit policy through the College Board Website. 

  • Learn the Do's & Don't of the AP Exams 
    With all the effort that comes with preparing for your AP Exams, you should also know what to expect on test day, what you’re responsible to bring, and what items you’re prohibited to take into the exam. Check out our AP Exams Do’s & Don’ts list. It will help get you ready to ace your exams and reach the goal of earning college credit.




  • Mark Your Calendar!

    The Advanced Placement Exam
    Schedule is Here!

    Monday, May 2nd

    Wednesday, May 4th
    English Literature & Composition

    Friday, May 6th
    U.S. History

    Monday, May 9th
    Computer Science Principles

    Tuesday, May 10th
    English Language & Composition
    Wednesday, May 11th
    Spanish Language & Culture
    Thursday, May 12th