The purpose of this web page is to provide materials for
the use of high school AP Computer Science teachers, and
links to other useful pages. These materials may also be
useful for college teachers teaching introductory computer
The best source for official AP Computer Science information
is the College Board. Links to important College
Board sites are given under the College Board heading on
the menu. For some of these links you will need to be registered
and logged in to APCentral, the College Board web page for
AP teachers. These links will then take you directly to
the relevant page. Included here are links for signing on
to the APCS listserv and for applying to become an
APCS exam reader.
The College and High School Links go to web
pages maintained by college or high school teachers that
have information and materials useful for the AP Computer
The Java Materials page has materials that have
been I have developed, usually in collaboration with others,
for teaching Java at the introductory level. Many of these
materials have been presented in workshops that I have done
for high school AP Computer Science teachers, others have
been developed for my own courses. This page also has links
to other pages where important Java materials can be obtained.
The Exam Questions link contains an archive of free
response questions and solutions from previous AP exams,
starting in 2000. An archive for exam questions before that
time can be found at Mark Stehlik's web page, under College
The Workshops link provides information on workshops
that Chris Nevison will be involvede with and also has a
link to the College Board site with workshop information.
The C++ Materials page contains the materials that
I have had available for use in the AP Computer Science
course taught using C++. The 2002-3 academic year is the
last year that C++ will be used in the AP CS course. Java
will be used starting in 2003-4.
This web page is maintained by Chris Nevison, Chief
Reader for AP Computer Science 1999-2004. E-mail: email@example.com
Last updated December, 2003.