AP Exam Registration is open from January 3rd to March 17, 2018.  Late registration will start March 18th through March 28, 2018.  The 2018 AP Exam location information and reporting time details has been posted to http://sduhsdapexams.com - please take a moment to review and find where you will be testing for this year's AP exams.
(includes AP exam schedule)


NOVEMBER 4, 2017

DECEMBER 2, 2017

 MARCH 10, 2018

MAY 5, 2018

JUNE 2, 2018


No ACT tests administered at TPHS


OCTOBER 19, 2016

9th, 10th, and 11th GRADERS

AP Exam Registration 2018
Registration for the May 2018 AP exam administration opens on January 3 and runs until March 17. Cost per exam is $113 ($152 for Capstone). Please visit http://sduhsdapexams.com to review policies and information, and to submit your registration and payment. Late registration will incur penalty fees. No orders will be accepted after March 28, 2018.



Morning 8 am

Afternoon 12 noon

Monday, May 7


Environmental Science


Tuesday, May 8

Computer Science A

Spanish Language and Culture

Art History

Physics 1 (Algebra based)

Wednesday, May 9

English Literature & Composition

Japanese Language and Culture

Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Thursday, May 10

US Gov't and Politics

Chiniese Language and Culture

Friday, May 11

United States History

Studio Art must be submitted by this date

Monday, May 14


Music Theory

Physics C: Mechanics

2 pm: Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism

Tuesday, May 15

Calculus AB

Calculus BC

French Language & Culture


Wednesday, May 16

English Language & Composition


Thursday, May 17

World History


Friday, May 18 Microeconomics European History

Attention SAT & ACT Test Takers

Due to security issues with both tests in the last year, there are new rules and regulations including no more stand-by testing or change of test site on the morning of the test. Go to the respective websites to find out more information.


This Year our 11th and 12th grade students will take part in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). Our 12th grade students will pilot the new SBAC Science test, while our 11th grade students will take the English and mathematics SBAC tests.

The Smarter Balanced Assessment System utilizes computer-adaptive tests and performance tasks that allow students to show what they know and are able to do. This system is based on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English language arts/literacy (ELA), Mathematics and Science.

Eleventh grade students not taking AP exams will take their tests from April 17-26. Students who are taking the AP exams will take their tests May 15-24, along with the 12th grade pilot science test. For more information please refer to the appropriate grade level parent letter:

11th grade   11th grade(spanish)                                   12th grade        12th grade(spanish)
Additional Resources

PSAT Information

Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) - For information regarding SSD, please visit the links below and be sure to fill out any required forms prior to contacting our SSD coordinator. 

For the SAT, AP, and PSAT Testing, go to the CollegeBoard website at  http://www.collegeboard.com/ssd/student. Be sure to complete the SDUHSD Request for Accommodations and the Parent Consent form.  
For ACT Testing, visit http://www.act.org/aap/disab.  Make sure to fill out and turn in the Request for ACT Special Testing.
Once the forms are complete and you have gathered all documentation, contact our SSD Coordinator to submit the forms.

The above links should answer most of your questions regarding SSD.  Please review the information provided by College Board and ACT so that you are familiar with their requirements for accommodations.  If you have additional questions, contact our SSD coordinator, Elizabeth Marshall by e-mail or by phone: 858.755.0125 ext. 2063.