Advanced Placement Audits
High School

Principal Bulletin

All schools wishing to label a course “AP” must submit the subject-specific AP Course Audit form and the course syllabus for each teacher of that AP course.  The deadline for submission is January 31, 2015. Schools which offer AP classes must identify an AP Audit Administrator. Administrator authorization is a required aspect of the audit process. Authorization to use the “AP” designation for your course indicates College Board permission to use the designation on students’ transcripts, in your school’s course catalog, and/or on your school’s website. The course will be listed as an authorized AP course in a ledger available to colleges and universities each fall and made available to the public via the Web.

The AP Course Audit Calendar highlights important dates and information to ensure that during the 2014-15 school year, the AP courses offered in your school are authorized to use the AP designation.

Click here to access the AP Course Audit Calendar: 2014-15 APCA Calendar.

Your school site AP Administrator can view the status and monitor the progress of your schools’ participation directly from your School Status page or by downloading the School Status spreadsheet from within your AP Course Audit account.

Requirements for the 2014-15 New and Redesigned Courses:
Due to the implementation of AP Physics 1, AP Physics 2, and the redesigned AP U.S. History courses, all teachers of these subjects will need to submit a new syllabus and Course Audit form regardless of prior authorization. Resources to support syllabus development are accessible from the AP Course Audit Teacher Resources page.

For information about ongoing revisions to AP courses, please visit the Advances in AP website.

If you have questions regarding the AP Course Audit, you may contact District AP Coordinator, Stephanie Shaughnessy at 643-2348 or the College Board by sending an e-mail through your Communication Center by logging into your AP Course Audit account from www.collegeboard.org/apcourseaudit. Or, you may reach the AP Course Audit Helpline toll free at (877) APHELP-0 (274-3570); The AP Course Audit Helpline is available to assist you Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET.