COVID 19 Testing Opt-In Say Something

7600 IBM Drive
Charlotte, NC 28262
Courier #: 592
P: 980-343-5284  |  F: 980-343-5286 
Principal: Erik Turner
LC: Northeast
Bell Schedule: 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM
Grades: 9-12
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AP Exam Information


 

Day 

Date 

Time 

Test 

Room(s) 

Monday 

5/2 

8:00 AM 

US Gov't and Politics 

B103 

Monday 

5/2 

12:00 PM 

Spanish Lit and Culture 

Bowen's office 

Tuesday 

5/3 

8:00 AM 

Environmental Science 

B103 

Tuesday 

5/3 

12:00 PM 

Psychology 

B110, B117 

Wednesday 

5/4 

8:00 AM 

Eng Lit and Composition 

F200, F202 

Thursday 

5/5 

8:00 AM 

Human Geography 

B117 

Thursday 

5/5 

12:00 PM 

Statistics 

F202 

Friday 

5/6 

8:00 AM 

US History 

B103, B105, B107 

Day 

Date 

Time 

Test 

Monday 

5/9 

8:00 AM 

Calculus AB/BC 

F209, B103 

Monday 

5/9 

12:00 PM 

Computer Sci Principles 

B108 

Tuesday 

5/10 

8:00 AM 

Eng Lang and Composition 

B103, B105, B107 

Wednesday 

5/11 

8:00 AM 

Spanish Lang and Culture 

F209  

Wednesday 

5/11 

12:00 PM 

Biology 

B108 

Thursday 

5/12 

8:00 AM 

World History 

F209 

 

Testing locations will all be on campus. 

 

All 8am tests will begin promptly at 8am.  That means students will need to be in the room no later than 7:50am and doors will close at 8am for the script to begin.  We will not wait for students to arrive.  Being late is not a valid reason for a makeup exam.  Students should bring a snack to eat during the 10-minute break.  Students must be actively working for 90% of the test or will be asked to leave.  Students who take the AP exam will be exempt from a final exam.  Students who miss the AP exam will be required to take a rigorous cumulative exam final worth 20% of the final course grade.   

 

All 12pm exams will begin promptly at 12pm.  Students will need to be in the room no later than 11:50am and doors will close at 12pm.  We will not wait for students to arrive. Students should bring a snack to eat during the 10-minute break.  Students must be actively working for 90% of the test or will be asked to leave.  Students who take the AP exam will be exempt from a final exam.  Students who miss the AP exam will be required to take a rigorous cumulative exam final worth 20% of the final course grade.    Students taking the noon exams will need to arrange for their own transportation home.  They will not be finished to ride the bus home after testing. 

 

No electronics will be allowed to be accessed in the testing room, including during the break.  You must remain in the testing room until the full time has expired.   

 

Students who are testing will be marked present for the full day.  Students taking the 8am test, once the test has been dismissed, will be able to leave campus and still be counted present or can go to classes and ride the bus home.  If taking the 12pm class, students can arrive by 10:30am and still be counted for the day.  Students cannot go to the class the day of that specific exam.   For example:  The AP Psychology test is at noon, so if Psychology students ride the bus to school (entirely okay to do this,) then we will find another AP teacher's class for those students to go to during that 1st block.  You will get specific information about your test and testing location and where to report on test day via school email.  Make sure to check this every morning, as saying you didn't know will not be a valid reason for a makeup test. 

 

Thank you!

 

 

Karen Lair

Facilitator, HS Instructional Accountability

Julius L. Chambers High School

7600 IBM Drive

Charlotte, NC 28262

(980)343-5284


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