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News Brief: AP testing takes place at WHS

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On Monday, May 6, Wayland High School (WHS) students began taking Advanced Placement (AP) tests in 20 individual subjects. Students in AP classes who score above a certain number will possibly gain credit for certain courses in college.

Testing locations are organized by subject and last names, and testing will occur in various locations around the school, including the lecture hall, field house and library. WHS AP Coordinator Aimee Lima emailed the full exam schedule to students and families last week. Lima also addressed expectations for the exam days including what and what not to bring to exam sessions.

Furthermore, the library will be closed for the next two weeks due to testing. The library will not be open before, during or after the school day during this duration of time. On Monday, May 5, WHS principal Allyson Mizoguchi explained in an email that the closure will maintain a silent setting for the students who are taking the exams. Mizoguchi also mentioned the recommendations she has for those who aren’t taking AP exams during this time.

“I encourage you to use the commons and SLCs if you are looking for a place to study alone or with friends,” Mizoguchi wrote.

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Marissa Mendoza
Marissa Mendoza, Staff Reporter
Marissa Mendoza, Class of 2026, is a first year reporter for WSPN. In her free time she likes to spend time with family and friends, play sports, cook, travel and play with her pets.
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Selena Liu, News Editor
Selena Liu, Class of 2024, is a third year reporter and the news editor for WSPN. She is a two-time captain of the cross country team, as well as a captain of both the indoor track and the tennis teams at WHS. She is also her class's vice president. Outside of school, she enjoys traveling, spending time with her friends and writing for her column Breaking Down Breaking News. Contact: [email protected]
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Alyssa Ao, Co-Graphics Editor
Alyssa Ao, Class of 2025, is a co-graphics editor for WSPN. She is also one of the Math Team captains and co-president of the Art Club. Outside of school, she enjoys art, playing piano and watching TV. Contact: [email protected]
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