Advanced Placement courses offer students the opportunity to experience rigorous college-level curriculum while still in high school as well as the opportunity to earn college credits through Advanced Placement exam performance. The Woodbridge Township School District provides extensive Advanced Placement course and exam offerings to support the success of its students. 

    In the 2018-19 school year, the Woodbridge Township School District will also fund the cost of each student’s first Advanced Placement exam. This is a cost savings to families of $94 per student. Students must be enrolled and in good academic standing in the relevant Advanced Placement course in order to qualify for funding. The free/reduced fee will be $53.00 per exam.

    You will need to register through Guidance. As stated above, payment for the first AP exam will be made by the District. Additional AP exams will be paid for by the parents through www.myschoolbucks.com (details to follow). No checks will be accepted by the school. Registration for AP tests will close on  March 17, 2019.