AP (Advanced Placement)


AP (Advanced Placement)®


What is AP?

The Advanced Placement Program® (AP) enables willing and academically prepared students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school.  The program consists of college-level courses developed by the AP Program that high schools can choose to offer, and corresponding exams that are administered once a year.

AP Fast Facts at a Glance

  • There are 38 AP courses in seven subject categories.
    • Maryville High School regularly offers 20+ AP courses in all seven subject areas each academic year.
  • Each AP course is modeled on a comparable introductory college course in the subject.  Click here to learn how AP courses are developed.
  • Each course culminates in a standardized college-level assessment, or AP Exam.
  • AP Exams are given in May each year at testing locations all over the world.
  • Schools must be authorized by the AP Course Audit to offer approved AP courses and use the AP designation.

To learn more about the benefits of taking AP courses and how they can help students, click here.


Important Documents and Links

2020 MHS AP Exam Calendar

2020 MHS AP Exam Registration Instructions

AP Exam Changes:
  • New ONLINE resources AND ordering system
  • AP Exams:  May 4 - 15
  • Cost of Exams:  $94 or $142 for Capstone
Earlier Deadlines:
  • Fall Students:   Exam decision by October 4
  • $40 nonrefundable deposit due by November 1
  • Spring Students:  Exam decision by February 7
  • $40 nonrefundable deposit due by February 28
AP Exam Registration & Payment Information:
  • Students must login to their CollegeBoard accounts to register for the exams
  • Once the exam decision deadline has passed, an invoice will be generated and sent to parents/students via mail, email, or delivered to the student.  The invoice will indicate the total payment that is due
  • Parents/students can bring the invoice along with a check made out to Maryville High School to the guidance.  We are working on the ability to make payments through My School Bucks as well.  Further information about this will be provided with the invoices.


AP Credit Policy Search

AP Students

TN Colleges' AP Credit Policies

Contact Us

Documents, Forms, Links (Open House Presentations for Parents)

Graduation 2020

Please check this page often for updates and/or changes


Senior Events, Graduation Details

Click here for a list of dates

Senior Meeting PowerPoint


NAIA Eligibility Center


NCAA Eligibility

PSAT Testing Information

Scholarships and Senior Events

Seniors & Parents,

We hope you had a wonderful holiday break and are prepared for the whirlwind that will be your final semester of high school!  Listed below are the most recent scholarship additions as well as quickly approaching deadlines to help you focus your search.  Attached is another scholarship resource provided by a local university as well as an MHS Senior Events flier for the Class of 2020.  All of the scholarships listed can be found in the Naviance Scholarship List.

Reminders from the November Email...

    • ONE OF THE BEST sources for local scholarships!  The deadline for ALL scholarships on this site is FEBRUARY 15, 2020!
  • Maryville City Schools Foundation
    • Skeeter Shields Scholarship - will go to one MHS senior.  Only one has applied.  Due to Mrs. Stryker: Jan. 27
    • William Bennett Scott Scholarship - will go to one MHS senior.  No one has applied.  Due to Mrs. Stryker: Jan. 27
  • ​​​TheDream.US -- any college -- Jan. 30, 2020
  • Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship -- any college -- Feb. 1, 2020
  • Dorothy Dean Shelton Mathematics Scholarship -- UT Chattanooga -- Feb. 15, 2020
  • Marjorie Watson Mathematics Scholarship -- UT Chattanooga -- Feb. 15, 2020
  • C. B. Brown Scholarship Program -- TN School of Beauty -- Feb. 28, 2020
  • Arther K. & Sylvia S. Lee Scholarship -- community colleges -- June 30, 2020

New Additions to the Scholarship List

  • Westbrook Chemistry & Physics Scholarships - UT Chattanooga - Feb. 14
  • Flavorful Futures Scholarship - any college - Feb. 15
  • CollegeBoard Opportunity Scholarships - any college - late February deadlines
  • James Leonard Jenkins Prudentia Lodge Scholarship - any college - March 6
    • one of the larger local scholarships offered to our students
    • will be awarded to TWO OR THREE MHS seniors
  • JL Jenkins VoTech Scholarship - Vocational, Technical, Trade schools - March 6
    • **NEW** will be awarded to ONE MHS senior
  • Franklin E. Robinson Memorial Award - any college - March 10
  • Fort Craig School of Dynamic Learning Scholarship - any college - March 20
  • Sparkplug Scholarship - any college - March 27
    • awarded by Fairview United Methodist Sparkplug class
  • OppU Achievers Scholarship - any college - March 31
  • Kenny R. Moats & Officer 156 Memorial Scholarships - any college - April 15


  • MANDATORY TNPromise meeting - March 2 - MHS Cafeteria - 5:30; sign-in starts at 5:00; Students MUST attend this meeting in order to maintain TNPromise eligibility.


  • MHS Senior Events Flier
  • Additional Scholarships Resource

Please let us know how we can help or if you have any questions!

MHS School Counselors

Senior Dates and Activities Sign2020.pdf


Thank you,

Mrs. Jackie Stryker

Senior Program Teacher & School Counselor

Maryville High School


Governor's Schools 2020

Summer Opportunities

Pharmacy Camp

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Duke University Enrichment Options

Duke Summer Session (click here)

Duke University offers various summer time enrichment options for high achieving high school students.  The programs include:

  • Summer College (four-week academic credit program for students currently in grades 10 – 12)
  • Summer Academy (three-week academic enrichment program for students currently in grades 9 – 12)
  • Accelerated STEM Academy (one-week academic enrichment program for students currently in grades 9 – 12)

Ideal participants for these programs include students who are:

  • seeking to gain academic credit from renowned Duke faculty or interested in engaging deeply with a particular subject.
  • hoping to spend the summer enjoying residential activities on Duke’s historic West Campus.
  • seeking to prepare for college and to create an international network of peers