Counselor Connection

Last Updated: 10/20/2020 6:57 PM

 

 

      

Jennifer Perry, Counselor A-K               Terri McConda, Counselor L-Z

 

A Message from the Counseling Office

 

The success of each student is extremely important to the Russell High School Counseling Office staff. We realize that the students of today face a variety of academic as well as personal and social challenges. These challenges can be most effectively met through open lines of communication. We encourage both students and parents to meet with us in order to facilitate a rewarding and enriching experience at Russell High School.

 

 


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ADVANCED PLACEMENT

 

Russell High School is proud to have numerous Advanced Placement courses available to its students.  The Advanced Placement program at Russell High School has been very successful in preparing students for college-level study and giving them the opportunity to earn college credit.  The College Board recognizes students for their exceptional achievement by naming them AP Scholars. 

 

Due to changes in the College Board’s ordering system for AP exams, students must inform their AP teachers by Tuesday, November 13 of their intent to take the AP exam.  Exams must be ordered by November 15.  After this date, there will be a $40 fee assessed for late ordering or for cancellation of an exam that has been ordered for the student.  After March 1, full price will be charged by the College Board if students decide not to take an exam that has been ordered for them.  AP exams are administered each year during the first two weeks in May.

The cost of each exam is $95. The fee must be paid by Wednesday, February 27.


AP Bulletin for AP Students and Parents   
Please see your counselor if you have questions.