Honors students in high school are anxious to take as many Advanced Placement courses as their schools offer so teachers go to school in the summer preparing to teach these courses. ECU hosts a College Board endorsed Advanced Placement Summer Institute. Each session is 4-days long and is taught by a certified College Board consultant. This summer, during the week of June 23-26, courses are being taught in
- AP Biology
- AP Calculus AB
- AP Chemistry
- AP Environmental Science
- AP Physics 1 &2
- AP Statistics
Classes have begun and teachers are involved in many hands-on activities around campus.
AP Chemistry teachers are working hard at their lab stations to determine the equilibrium constants for a various chemical reactions here at South Central High School, this year’s hosting site for College Board’s Advanced Placement conference. Teachers will perform these same
labs later on with their AP chemistry students.