AP Courses & Exams​
Taking the Advanced Placement exam is an important part of all AP courses. Scoring well on an AP exam may earn students college credit for their high school class, saving a significant amount on tuition. The AP website provides more information about the AP program. Also, check AP credit policies for information about how colleges and universities accept AP scores for college credit.

AP Exam Registration-3 step process

The deadline to register and pay for AP exams for yearlong AP classes is November 8, 2019. 

  • AP exams cost $106 each.  See Mrs. Hadley if you think you may qualify for a fee reduction.
  • Students may be allowed to register late but will be charged a $40 late registration fee per exam by College Board. 
  • Exams will again be administered at BV Hilltop Learning Center.
  • Students enrolled at JCCC or Baker University for dual credit do not need to take the AP exam.
  • Students will be allowed to cancel their exam registration after the November 15 deadline, but will be charged a $40 cancellation fee per exam  by College Board. 
  • Registration for spring semester AP courses will have a separate registration deadline in early March.

ACT/PSAT/SAT Workshops
Blue Valley Schools partners with Princeton Review to offer workshop opportunities for standardized tests such as the PSAT, SAT and ACT. Find out more.

Students are advised to take the ACT spring semester of their junior year. Register and pay for the ACT online.​

Visit the PSAT website for more information.

Visit the SAT website for more information.​


For colleges
Login to Naviance and follow the instructions.

See the Registrar.

The only way to request a final transcript is to complete the Blue Valley Senior Exit Survey​ in Naviance.​​


College application presentations
General College Applications
Common Application

College credit options
Dual Credit - Baker University and ​JCCC
Quick Step Plus - Advanced Algebra
Other options - Ways to earn college credit while still in high school​​​​​​​​​​​

College Fair
Blue Valley College Fair - Tuesday, April 10 from 6:00 - 7:30pm in the Blue Valley West Gym (16200 Antioch Rd, OPKS). Register online now!
Local College Fairs - Pre-register for all local college fairs online.

College visits
Login to Naviance to view the college visits list and to sign up for a visit.

  • Username is the first part of your email address, password is your student ID
  • Once logged in click the "Colleges" tab at the top of the window
  • Select "Upcoming College Visits"
  • Click "details" next to the college representative you are interested in meeting
  • Choose "College Visits" under "My Colleges" on the left side of the window
  • Click "sign up" next to the college you are interested in visiting with
  • An email will be sent to your BV email as a pass to leave class
  • If unable to attend the session please cancel your reservation in Naviance​​​​


Academic support
Counselors are available for academic and personal support. Students are encouraged to stop by the Counseling office. Please check the ARC, Husky Halftime (Lunch A and Lunch B) and Testing Center schedules​.

Personal support
Please visit the Student Well-Being website or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline website for more help with personal support issues.​​​​​​


Login to Naviance, click on the "Colleges" tab at the top, scroll down to "Scholarships and Money" and click "Scholarship List." Applications are updated periodically as we receive notice and are organized by deadline.​

Check with colleges and universities for a complete list of scholarships they offer. Many institutions offer scholarships based on grade point average and ACT/SAT scores. To view eligibility and criteria, visit your school's scholarship page when applying for admission. Scholarships can be renewable if a student meets the qualifications each year. Look ahead for admission and scholarship application deadlines - make this a priority!

BVNW Counselors' favorite scholarships
Free scholarship search​​​​​​