The amyloid β precursor protein (APP) is a single-pass transmembrane glycoprotein that is ubiquitously expressed in many cell types, including neurons. Amyloidogenic processing of APP by β- and γ-secretases leads to the production of amyloid-β (Aβ) peptides that can oligomerize and aggregate into amyloid plaques, a characteristic hallmark of Alzheimer's disease (AD) brains. Multiple reports suggest that dimerization of APP may play a role in Aβ production; however, it is not yet clear whether APP dimers increase or decrease Aβ and the mechanism is not fully understood. To better understand the relationship between APP dimerization and production of Aβ, a high throughput screen for small molecule modulators of APP dimerization was conducted using APP-Firefly luciferase enzyme complementation to detect APP dimerization. Selected modulators identified from a compound library of 77,440 compounds were tested for their effects on Aβ generation. Two molecules that inhibited APP dimerization produced a reduction in Aβ levels as measured by ELISA. The inhibitors did not change sAPPα or γ-CTF levels, but lowered sAPPβ levels, suggesting that blocking the dimerization is preventing the cleavage by β-secretase in the amyloidogenic processing of APP. To our knowledge, this is the first High Throughput Screen (HTS) effort to identify small molecule modulators of APP dimerization. Inhibition of APP dimerization has previously been suggested as a therapeutic target in AD. The findings reported here further support that modulation of APP dimerization may be a viable means of reducing the production of Aβ.