Incoming 9th Grade Information:
2018 AP Exam Registration
Registration for the May 2018 AP Exams will begin soon! Watch for further details.
Reminder: AP exams are typically taken by students currently enrolled in the AP course. The AP exam is not a requirement in order to be placed into an AP course for 2018-2019. Please contact the Manalapan High School Guidance office with any questions or concerns regarding AP exam registration. (732) 792-7200 x5037 or x5038
PARCC Scores – Understanding the Results:
The PARCC score report gives you a snapshot of how your child is progressing toward meeting grade-level expectations and mastering important skills, and shows where he or she excels or needs more support. This information, along with grades, teacher feedback and scores on other tests, will help give a more complete picture of how well your child is performing academically. Click on the link for additional information:
The New SAT - SAT score results from the new SAT (beginning March 2016) come with a degree of score inflation. It's critical for students and parents to understand the relationship between the old vs new SAT scores. Equally important, students and parents should become familiar with the College Board's SAT Score Converter, the official tool for comparing old and new SAT scores. College admissions representatives will be relying on this tool when they assess your child's new SAT scores. For the next few years, most colleges will accept both new and old SAT scores. They will also be converting scores so they can make fair admission decisions no matter which SAT scores students submit. The Score Converter uses a method called concordance to estimate how students might have scored on a different test. For more information regarding the SAT Score converter, please click the link below: