Welcome to John Marshall High School!  New student enrollment (by appointments) begins on June 11, 2019. To schedule an appointment, please visit Attendance Office after May 13, 2019. Attendance office hours are: 7:30am - 4:00pm. Thank you for your interest in Marshall High School!

John Marshall High School

Testing

 

Dear AP Student:

Please use this form to register for your AP Exams no later than Friday, March 8, 2019 . 

Please be conscientious in the number of AP exams you are registering for. Think carefully about whether or not you will actually take the exam as the school incurs a cost for unused exams. Once ordered the school cannot change the amount exams requested.

Please register only once. If you made a mistake, have a special request, or need to make changes, see Ms. Bryan in the College Center.

AP Exams are $94 per exam unless you have applied and qualified for the free or reduced lunch program. 
 
Reduced AP Exams are $5 per exam.
 
Please pay your exam fees by 4 pm Friday, March 8, 2019 in the College Center. Do not wait until the last day to register/pay, it causes unnecessary lines and stress. 
 
Payments may only be made with cash, check or money order made payable to John Marshall HS (please be sure to note the student's name in memo)
 
All test takers will be required to attend a Pre-Administration session in the Oral Arts Room any period April 11 or April 12, 2019

Free SAT Prep

All juniors will have the opportunity to take the SAT test during the school day on Tuesday, April 9. The SAT is an exam commonly used for admission to colleges and universities. In partnership with College Path LA, juniors can sign up for free SAT prep classes to prepare for the April 9th SAT. Sign up here

 

 
An excellent resource to learn about college admissions testing
The Los Angeles Public Library offers free SAT/ACT/College Prep Workshops
 

Student Smart programs are held at Los Angeles Public Library Central Library and branches.  Sign up at the library holding the program ASAP - space is limited.

Full-length practice tests: SAT, PSAT, ACT.

Seminars: College 101, Money for College, Roadmap to College, Study Skills 101, Test-Taking Strategies 101, Personal Statement (College Application Essay).

See the complete schedule