Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Test Fee Reimbursement

2018-2019 Fee Reimbursement

The Ohio Department of Education believes that Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate are important parts of high school improvement and academic achievement. Consequently, the Department is providing funds to help reduce the costs of the Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate tests for eligible students from low-income families.

  • Advanced Placement Test: The College Board charges $94 for each Advanced Placement test. For each test, the College Board provides a $9 school rebate. They also provide a $32 fee reduction per test for low income students. After applying the state reimbursement of $15 per test, the balance that must be paid for each Advanced Placement test is $38 for eligible low-income students.
  • Advanced Placement Capstone Test: The College Board charges $142 for each Advanced Placement Capstone Test. The College Board provides a $9 school rebate. They also provide a $32 reduction per test for low-income students. After applying the state reimbursement of $15 per test, the balance that must be paid for each Advanced Placement Capstone Test is $86 for eligible low-income students.
  • International Baccalaureate Test: The International Baccalaureate Organizations charges $119 for each International Baccalaureate test. After applying the state reimbursement of $15 per test, the balance that must be paid for each International Baccalaureate Test is $104 for eligible low-income students.

Districts and schools may to choose to use district Title IV or other appropriate federal, state or local funds to further defray the costs of the tests for eligible students.
AP coordinators complete an invoice on the College Board’s website for the rebate. The College Board will provide more information on invoice procedures. Click here for the International Baccalaureate reimbursement invoice form.

 

For general questions, please contact Dwight Groce at (614) 387-3200 or Dwight.groce@education.ohio.gov
 
For questions about uses of federal funds, please contact the Office of Federal Programs at (614) 466-5834 or Jeremy Marks, director of Federal Programs, at Jeremy.Marks@education.ohio.gov.

Last Modified: 3/26/2019 1:11:58 PM