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    AP (Advanced Placement) Information

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    District Policy for Advanced Placement Examinations: 

    The Great Neck Public Schools believe that an Advanced Placement exam is a culminating experience which follows a year of college-level work in an AP class which has College Board approval for both its curriculum and instructor. Therefore, the Great Neck Public Schools will only register students for AP exams for which they have been enrolled in a corresponding AP course in their respective high schools.

    This practice of requiring students to complete a year of college-level work in a College Board certified course of study before Great Neck will administer an Advanced Placement exam has been in place for more than a decade. Exceptions are extremely rare and have been approved only when truly extenuating circumstances exist; exceptions are NOT granted simply because a student has taken an exam preparation course outside of the District. Only the College Board may approve a school, its instructors, and its programs of study, and, should an outside school meet these standards, it would be in a position to administer the AP examination.

    Requests for exceptions to this practice must be made in writing to Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Schools Dr. Stephen Lando by  September 30th. Enrollment in review courses (exclusive of enrollment in a corresponding Great Neck Advanced Placement course) is undertaken without the expectation of AP exam registration in the Great Neck Public Schools.


    District Policy for Schedule Changes:

    Schedule Changes: All schedule changes will follow procedures posted on each school’s guidance website. Typically, students may add a new course to their schedule within the first two (2) weeks of the start of the course, replacing one (1) elective course with another shall be done within the first two (2) weeks of the start of the course.

    **Dropping a Course: Provided that the resulting schedule maintains the course load required by state law and Board of Education Policy, a student may drop a full-year course up until the mid-point of the 2nd marking period, and a half-year course up until the mid-point of the first quarter in which that course is taken. Students will not be permitted to drop a course after these deadlines.

    **Course Level Changes—High School: Students may change course level (for example, AP to Honors, Honors to Regents) up to the mid-point of the 2nd marking period. Students will not be permitted to change course levels after this deadline. Grades will not follow from one level course to another. NOTE: Students who remain in an Advanced Placement course but who do not sit for the corresponding examination will have the AP course designation removed from their transcript and be assigned the course grade which they otherwise would have received.

    Exceptions:  Exceptions to the add/drop deadlines may be made for ungraded and support classes such as study skills unless these courses are required by State Law, Board of Education Policy, Individualize Education Plan, or 504 accommodation.

    In cases of compelling educational need, these practices may be overridden by the building principal in consultation with the teacher, department head, and guidance counselor.

    **A non-refundable $95 fee per AP exam is due January 1st. 


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    9th Grade Parent-Student Conference Letter and Appointment Form

    10th Grade Parent-Student Conference Letter and Appointment Forms

    11th Grade Parent-Student Conference Letter and Appointment Forms


    Upcoming Events

      

    Course Registration

    9th Grade Students 2/2-2/4

    10th Grade Students 2/7 - 2/10

    11th Grade Students 2/14 - 2/18

    11th Grade Parent-Student Conferences 

    Incoming 9th Grade Parent Orientation Night - Tuesday, March 1, 2022, 6:00 PM

     


    Past Events

     

    College Panel Night - Thursday, January 27, 2022, 6:00 PM

    Recorded Presentation available on Counselors' Google Classroom for juniors

    9th Grade Parent-Student Conferences 11/15 to 12/17

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    Senior College Application Night- Tuesday, September 14, 2021, 6:00 PM

    Recorded Presentation available on Counselors' Google Classroom for seniors

     

    Virtual Senior College Financial Aid Night- Tuesday, September 14, 2021, 7:00 PM

     Recorded Presentation available on Counselors' Google Classroom for seniors