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Who is behind the scene?

The promotion of AP Italian involves an heterogeneous community of teachers, students, parents, schools, companies and volunteers. The Osservatorio through Apitalian.org and the assistance of the community intends to reach the goal of increasing the number of student taking AP Italian by more than 200

The parties involved in the promotion of AP Italian include, but are not limited to, the Osservatorio, the teachers, the student, the parents the italian companies from which we are sure a strong volunteer group will be born.

Everyone interested in raising awareness about the AP Italian within the Italian community of people and companies, the high schools and universities will be able to find important links, contact infos and suggestions in the 'volunteer' section.

More information are provided for each group, so you can learn about the Osservatorio history, when it was born and which is its mission and commitment, or how to become an AP Italian teacher as well as how to efficiently teach Italian and so on.

High-schooled, homeschooled, disable, US and international students will be able to find all the information needed to take the AP Italian in the section addressed to them. Whereas their parents will be guided through each steps of the process while stressing the reason why it's important for their children to sit the AP Italian exam.

 

 

 

 

AP Calendar

Spring before starting an AP Italian course
Use this website to learn more about the AP Italian Program, and discuss your plans with your parents, teachers and AP Coordinator.
Summer
Check if your teacher has posted summer work to be up to speed for when the classes begin, such as a reading list or a selection of Italian movies to watch.

January
Talk to your AP Italian teacher or AP Coordinator about taking the AP Italian Exams.
If you need testing accommodation Contact the Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) Coordinator at your school.
February 
Students with disabilities must submit requests for testing accommodations.
March 
Homeschooled students and students whose schools do not offer AP must contact AP Services to obtain a list of local AP Coordinators and schools where they could arrange to test and must contact AP Coordinators identified by AP Services within the required deadline.
May 
Exam Dates

Dates for the new calendar year will be posted once made available by the College Board.

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