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AP* Summer Institute (APSI)

June 24th - June 27th, 2019

  • Calculus AB/BC
  • U.S. History
  • Tentative:  English Language and Literature** ~ Register to reserve your spot if workshop is held...

New: Full-Day AP* Coordinator Training (APC) on Thursday, June 27th, 2019 (more information to follow in February)

The College of Wooster will host its twenty-third annual Advanced Placement* Summer Institute (APSI) in June of 2019. The Institute introduces the teaching methods and curriculum content needed by teachers of AP* courses for high school students. All workshops use both a college instructor and an experienced high school teacher for instruction. The workshops that will be presented in the Institute are: Calculus AB/BC, a combined English Language and Literature**, and U.S. History.

We encourage any qualifying teachers to apply for an AP* scholarship from the College Board's
AP* Teacher Scholarships by their deadline of February 1st:

  • AP* Fellows
  • AP* Rural Fellows
  • AP* Redesign
  • AP* White House Initiative Scholarships for Majority Hispanic Schools
  • AP* Computer Science Principles Scholarships

For additional information, please contact Cynthia Bernardy, APSI Workshop Coordinator,
at cbernardy@wooster.edu, Phone # (330)-287-1932, Fax # (330)-263-2614;
or APSI Director, Jim Hartman, at Phone # (330)-263-2239.


To register for one of Wooster's three summer Advanced Placement* Summer Institute (APSI) workshops, submit the online registration. (No payment is required to register.)  If both registration and payment are received BEFORE June 1st, you will qualify for our Early Bird rates. All APSI registrations must be received prior to June 7th, 2019, so that workshop materials can be ordered in time for the AP* Institute.


The College of Wooster is located in Wooster, Ohio, a city of 26,000, fifty-five miles southwest of Cleveland, forty miles west of Akron/Canton, and ninety miles northeast of Columbus. Located in beautiful Wayne County, Wooster is the home of several corporate headquarters, the location of the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC), and is twenty miles northwest of Ohio's Amish country.

Wooster is easily accessible by car. Participants contemplating air travel should plan to use Cleveland-Hopkins Airport (CLE) or Akron-Canton Regional Airport (CAK).

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**  TENTATIVE:  We are still looking for a replacement instructor for this AP* English L&L 2019 workshop.