Advanced Placement (AP)
Students can earn college credit by taking Advanced Placement (AP) courses and subsequently taking and passing AP exams. Students should check with individual colleges to determine how much and what type of credit the receiving college awards, as this varies from college to college. Exam fees for AP tests will be the responsibility of the student.
AP Exam Registration
Students who would like to register for a course exam not currently taught at their high school, who may need to miss a scheduled exam date, or have any questions about the registration process, can contact the campus testing coordinator:
Kenisha Taylor, firstname.lastname@example.org - Prosper High School
Starla Laxton, email@example.com - Rock Hill High School
The Prosper Education Foundation is proud to once again offer Prosper ISD students the opportunity to apply for Advanced Placement scholarships. PISD and the PEF are committed to providing opportunities for all students to partake in challenging course offerings. Students who are selected for this scholarship will have the test fee for at least one Advanced Placement exam paid by the PEF. More information about payment timelines and arrangements will be shared upon selection. Please note that students who receive an award, but have already submitted payment will receive a refund via Total Registration.
PEF also provides scholarships for Dual Credit students. These applications will be released in the Spring. Students may apply for and receive both scholarships.
Students can submit their application via this form.
Scholarship applications will be accepted beginning 9/21/22. The application window will close at 11:59 PM on 10/21/22.
Applicants will receive notification of the status of their application by mid- November.