COURSE OFFERINGS - OCSA offers 19 AP classes and 9 honors level courses. Most AP and honors courses have pre-requisites, so please refer to the Curriculum Handbook, when determining courses for the upcoming school year. If a student does not meet the prerequisites for a course and still wants to take the class, the student may meet with a school counselor to discuss a plan and complete a AP/Honors course waiver form that may enable an opportunity to take the course. Some AP and honors courses have summer assignments; all summer assignment information for the current year is listed below.

UPDATED 2019-2020 AP / Honors Summer Assignments


Literature and Composition I Honors (no assignment)

Literature and Composition II Honors

AP Language

AP Literature 

Integrated III Enhanced  Information for returning OCSA students  Information for new OCSA students

Pre-Calculus (no assignment)

AP Calculus AB

AP Calculus BC (no assignment)

AP Statistics (information flyer, no assignment)

AP World History (no assignment)

AP US History

AP American Government

AP Economics (no assignment)

Biology Honors (no assignment)

AP Biology

Chemistry Honors

AP Chemistry

AP Environmental Science  (APES World Map)

AP Physics I and II

Spanish IV Honors (no assignment)

AP Spanish Language (no assignment)

French III Honors (no assignment)

AP French 

AP Art History (no assignment)

AP Music Theory (no assignment)

AP Psychology (no assignment)

AP Studio Art (no assignment)

AP Seminar

AP Exam Information

AP exams will be administered Monday, May 6th through Friday, May 17th, 2019 on the OCSA campus. All students currently in an AP class at OCSA are eligible to take a corresponding AP exam. Because there is a sizable monetary obligation to taking AP exams and extensive study time involved, it is important for both students and parents to discuss and determine how many exams the student can realistically manage.  Students are encouraged to register only for those exams they are committed to taking.   An AP Bulletin will be distributed to students in their AP classes in January and can also be accessed on the College Board website by clicking on the following link:

PURCHASING AN EXAM – Students wishing to take an AP exam this year should register and pay for the exam(s) on OCSA's Student Store at beginning Friday, February 1st.  The exam fee established by College Board for each test is $94.00, with the exception of AP Research which costs $142. If your family qualifies for FRLP, the fee is $53.00.  When ordering exams, we highly encourage both student and parent to be present to ensure that the correct exams are ordered.  Please print/save your emailed receipt of payment for your records as students may be asked for this for future reference or refunds.  The deadline for purchasing an exam is Monday, March 4th at 9:00 PM.  OCSA is obligated to an order deadline and as a result, there are no extensions past this deadline.   Students who miss the March 4th purchasing deadline may be added to a waitlist.  Please email Mrs. Lopez at to be placed on a waitlist.  Students will be notified if tests become available and will be given directions at that time for how to purchase the exam.    

AP Exam Purchasing Link:

REFUND POLICY - If a student registers for an exam and cancels:

  • ON or BEFORE March 29, 2019, a FULL refund will issued.
  • AFTER March 29, 2018, NO REFUNDS will be issued.

LATE TESTING POLICY - College Board’s policy for administering alternate AP exams can be found here.   OCSA only offers late-testing when multiple tests are offered at the same time or in emergency situations.  Depending on the circumstances, late-testing may require additional fees to cover ordering and proctor fees. 

AP EXAM SCHEDULE AND INFORMATION - Please click here to view the AP exam schedule. 

Students will be notified of their testing location prior to their exam date.  Please refer to the AP Bulletin for any clarification in regards to what should and should not be brought to the exam room.

AP SCORES - In July 2019, students will be able to receive and send their AP scores to colleges by phone with College Board’s automated grade reporting service. Details regarding this service may be found in the AP Bulletin. Extensive information regarding AP Exams, including practice questions may be found here.