2023 Testing Information
Final Exam Semester 1 & 2 Schedules- Click under "Bell Schedules"
AP/IB Exam Schedule: CLICK HERE
AP Registration Information:
- AP Student Reminders HERE
- Register on College Board using the join code provided by your teacher for each exam you want to take. Join codes also posted in The Panther CCC (room B-1)
- Instructions to register for your exam found HERE
- Payment due on Q Parent Connect by 11/1/2021. Instructions HERE
- $40 late fee for any payments made after 11/1/22
- Last day for late registration and payment: March 1, 2023
- AP Refund Request Form: HEREStudents must log into their @learn.conejousd.net account to fill out the form
- $50 cancellation fee
- Refunds accepted through June 1, 2023
- AP Alternate Testing Request Form HERE
- Students must log into their @learn.conejousd.net account
- Must be a reason that is approved by CollegeBoard , or additional charges may apply. (see reasons here)
- If a school administers late-testing exams, students must test on the scheduled late-testing dates
IB Registration Information:
2023 IB Exams – Registration Open Now through Nov 1
Exams at NPHS run May 1 – May 19.
Here is a link to the IB exam registration instructions.
1. Register for specific IB tests by clicking here
2. Pay the IB exam fees through Q-Parent Portal ($125 per IB exam) IB
You must be in an IB Class at NPHS to register for May exams. Many IB courses require 2 years of coursework before the exam is taken, so speak with your IB teachers about registering for exams prior to paying and signing up. To register for the May 2023 exams, complete both of the steps above on or before November 1, 2022. Late registrations will not be accepted.
Financial Assistance: reduced fees available to families who qualify for free/reduced lunch (application on Q Parent Portal)
If you have questions, consult your IB teachers or email Debbie Doğançay, IB Coordinator.
State Testing 2023: CAASPP
- CAASPP Testing: All Juniors are scheduled to take the CAASPP tests in March 2023. It is important that EVERY grade 11 student take these exams.
- School Administration will be visiting Junior classes the week leading up to the testing to emphasize the importance of everyone giving their best effort during the tests. As we get closer to the testing, we will send home the brief presentation to parents as well.
- CAASPP testing will take place either in the gym, the library, or a specific classroom. All juniors will be notified where to report for the testing.
- Check back for additional details.
Once again, please assist us in stressing the importance of each student giving their maximum effort on all tests. Thank You!