Advanced Placement (AP)

Currently, students can choose from the following AP classes:
  • AP Biology
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP Calculus BC
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Environmental Science
  • AP Government
  • AP Language and Composition
  • AP Literature and Composition
  • AP Psychology
  • AP Physics B and C
  • AP Statistics
  • AP Studio Art
  • AP U.S. History
  • AP World History
  • AP Microeconomics


· Testing window is May 11-22. Tests are at 12pm, 2pm or 4pm Eastern time. Go to the following link to see date and times for tests:

· Make-up dates are June 1-5. This is only for students who are unable to test during regular administration.

· All exams are open book/notes and most tests will take 45 minutes. They will contain 1-2 free response questions. Students should access the testing platform 30 minutes before testing time to get set up. Students may use a calculator.

· Students may use a laptop, tablet or smart phone to take the AP tests. Students can type and upload responses or handwrite their responses and submit a photo of the response.

· In late April, students will receive an email about testing directions and access to test platform. Please let students know that collaboration on tests is not allowed. Submissions will be checked for plagiarism and DHS teachers will receive submitted work to check any inconsistencies or concerns that the work does not belong to the student who submitted it.

· If students do not wish to take a test for which they signed up, they do not have to let the teacher or Mrs. Hungerpiller know. They simply do not take the test.

· All students will receive approved accommodations. These student names have already been submitted and approved.

· Students need to login in to their College Board accounts and make sure that the correct email address is there. This is the only way that they will receive the necessary information to take the test. It will not come from the school. This can be edited under account settings.

· Students also can update institutions to send their AP scores. This is particularly important for seniors to do.

Update 4-8-2020:

AP Exams will be administered May 11-22. These exams will be completed online for all students who signed up to take the test. Dates and times of the AP Exams are available on the College Board website. Here is the link for the AP Exam Calendar: (Links to an external site.)

The AP exams will take approximately 45 minutes and will be open book/note tests. For more information about AP exam structure, format, and content, visit the College Board website using the following link: (Links to an external site.)

Our AP teachers are sharing resources with their students and working diligently to prepare students for these AP assessments. College Board has resources to help prepare students for the upcoming AP tests. These resources can be found on

Dalton High School offers two college level programs, the Advanced Placement program and the International Baccalaureate program, which offer students college level work while in high school.

The Advanced Placement Program is a challenging academic program designed to provide motivated high school students with college-level academic courses. High school students who complete AP courses demonstrate their mastery of subject material by earning qualifying grades on AP examinations. Dalton High School has offered Advanced Placement courses and exams since 1986.

Advanced Placement Scholars 2019

2019 AP Scholars:

Row 1: Austin Rogers, Jill Patel, Megan Robertson, Raymundo Moncayo, Dana Mazariegos, Cynthia Castillo, Lindsay Schisler, Jimena Lopez Flores, Alexya Meza, Brissa Fraire. Row 2: Emma Mitchell, Hannah Miller, Morgan Hurlock, Lily Rehberg, Miriam Trujillo, Selena Rangel-Piceno, Katherine Ortega, Reagan Brady, Anthony Cruz Delabra, Avery Hill, Savannah Patino. Row 3: Kobe Stokes, Daniel Barajas, Austin Burt, Jack Forthman, Henry Bethel, Akash Patel, Deval Patel, Jamshed Kaikobad, Oscar Chenard.
Row 4: Truc Bui, Abigail Liu, Nalani Hernandez, Julian Pineda, Kevin Cortez, Shivam Patel, Meet Patel, David Marquez, JP Clark, David Garcia.
Not pictured: Cynthia Castillo, Kevin Cortez, Dakota Griggs, Alonso Grimaldo, Liana Little, Lee Martin, Andrea Martinez, Julian Pineda, Matthew Shaheen, Chloe Swaney

AP Scholars with Honors:

The students who received an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken, and scored a 3 or higher on four or more of the exams are considered AP Scholars with Honor. Those students are:

Henry Bethel, Reagan Brady, David Garcia, Alonso Grimaldo (Class of 2019), Emma Mitchell, Sean Pye (Class of 2019), Austin Rogers, Kobe Stokes, and Chloe Swaney

AP Scholars with Distinction:

The students who received an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scored a 3 or higher on five or more exams are considered AP Scholars with Distinction. Those students are:

Oscar Chenard, Jill Patel, Shivam Patel

Class of 2019 with Distinction: Gabrielle Allen, Surbhi Bhatter, Anthony Calderon-Schuler, Caroline Coleman, Jake Dean, Hillary Dong, Naomi Paniagua, Lawrence Rich, Ansh Shah, Jonathan Shaheen, Vishal Sudhakar, Cristian Vergara, and Jackson Wright.

National AP Scholar

Class of 2019:

Surbhi Bhatter

Anthony Calderon-Schuler

Jonathan Shaheen

Jackson Wright