• Deerfield High School is pleased to offer 26 AP courses this school year. Each AP course culminates with a standardized exam designed to measure how well students have mastered the content and skills of a specific AP course. The 2024 AP Exams will be administered between May 6-17, 2024

    AP Exam Registration

    Students who are interested in adding an AP exam after the November 14, 2023 deadline should email Principal Anderson at kanderson@dist113.org or Dan Chamberlin at dchamberlin@dist113.org. Please note there is an additional $40 late-add fee charged by College Board.

    Canceling an AP Exam AFTER November 14

    • If requesting to cancel an AP exam AFTER November 14, 2023, students must fill out the AP Exam Cancellation Form (2023-24).
    • Please be reminded that if you cancel your AP exam you will be required to pay the College Board’s $40 cancellation fee. 
    • Students who drop an AP class after November 14 are not automatically dropped from the exam. Students must still complete the cancellation request form AND will still be charged the College Board cancellation fee.

    AP Exam Fee Details

    College Board, the organization that provides the AP exams, annually sets fees for AP exams. Details can be found on the College Board website. Below is a summary of the fees and how they will be charged to student accounts:

    • Exam Fee. AP exams cost $98 per exam if ordered by the November 14, 2023 deadline.
    • Infinite Campus. AP exam fees will be added to the student Infinite Campus account after the November 14 registration deadline. AP exam fees must be paid in full by March 31, 2024.
    • Financial Assistance. AP exams will be free for any students currently on FRAM (financial assistance program).
    • Cancellation & Late Fees. College Board charges a $40 cancellation fee for each exam canceled after the November 14, 2023 deadline. College Board also charges a $40 late fee for each exam ordered after the November 14, 2023 deadline - in addition to the $98 exam fee.


    • Students who have accommodations should check their College Board decision letters to make certain that all expected accommodations are listed for AP exams. Log into your College Board account to view or download the letter.
    • As always, students may only use accommodations that have been approved by the College Board Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) office.
    • Accommodation requests should be made by January 18, 2024. For any accommodation questions, please contact Jeff Rubin (jrubin@dist113.org), our District Accommodations Coordinator.

    Late Test Requests for College Board Approved Conflicts 

    • Occasionally, circumstances make it necessary for students to test late. 
    • To preserve the security of AP Exams, alternate versions of the exams are used for late testing.
    • Late exams will take place between May 22-24, 2024 and must fall under a valid College Board reason (Valid College Board Reasons).
    • Students who would like to take the late test should complete the AP Exam Conflict Testing Request (2024) form for each exam that has a conflict.
    • If you have any questions, please contact:


    Dan Chamberlin

    Assistant Principal


    Julie Freeney

    Administrative Assistant



    Jeff Rubin

    District Testing Accommodations & Homebound Coordinator