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Advanced Placement

AP Summer Assignment Book Checkout

This information is for those of you who are CONFIRMED for AP classes that REQUIRE a summer assignment. If you are not confirmed in an AP class, you will not be issued a textbook. If your class does not require a textbook for summer assignment, you will not be issued a textbook for that class.

The only classes that need a book from the DVHS Textbook Office are:

       AP United States History (America’s History – 9781457673825)

      AP Statistics (The Practice of Statistics for AP – 9781429245593)

      AP European History (A History of Western Society – 9781457677106)

      AP Literature (The Things They Carried, by Tim O’Brien)

      AP Computer Science (Big Java 5th edition - 9781118431115)

      AP Economics (Economics – 9780073293929)

      AP Biology (Biology 8th edition -9780134093413)

      AP Environmental Science (Online version only)

NO other classes need a textbook from the DVHS Textbook Office. However, please look at Academics>Advance Placement page on the DVHS Website for summer assignments for ALL other AP classes that have an assignment. Once on the “Academics” page, click on “Advanced Placement” in the left Nav.

For classes that require a textbook to complete the summer assignment, please follow the instructions below:

  • Come to the DVHS Textbook Office on your assigned day and time. 

Time Table

  • If you cannot be here to get your own textbooks, you may send a proxy in your place. The proxy MUST have your student ID card. There will be NO exceptions to this. We will NOT be handing out any textbooks early, and we will not be handing out any textbooks late.You MUST have your student ID card. If you do not have this year’s ID card, you may use an old one. If you do not have an ID card, you will need to purchase one from Mrs. Thomas in the Bookkeeping Office for $5.
  • You MUST have a clear account. This means no overdue library books or textbooks or any fines.

If you have any questions, please email Catherine Grijalva (cgrijalva@srvusd.net).

AP Students: College Board Website

College Board website for students.

  • You will need to create a username and password--which you will use through your academic career (high school through college).
  • Site for your scores, obtaining assistance for preparing for the exam, relationship with courses and fields of study in college, and much more.
Students: Get your Scores!

AP Scores are online beginning in July. 

  • LOG ON to apscore.org to get your scores
  • Look for a reminder in July at the email address you put on your AP answer sheet.

If you have forgotten your Username:  Forgot Username

If you have forgotten your Password:  Forgot Password

Students are required to attend school before and after an AP test.  In order for your student’s absence during the AP test to be considered excused and marked accordingly (ACT) they must be present in the class following a morning AP exam or present in class before their afternoon AP exam. California’s compulsory education laws require children to attend school, with a limited number of specified exceptions. Under state law, a pupil who is tardy or absent for more than 30 minutes during the school day on three occasions in one school year, is considered truant. Any classes missed outside the testing time will be marked as a cut.

AP Resources for Families

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College Credit and Placement Information

College Credit and Placement Information

  • Based on student performance on rigorous AP exams, students can earn credit, advanced placement, or both for college.
  • Most US colleges and universities grant credit or advanced placement.
  • Policies vary between institutions--see link for specific information.
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