Spring is always busy for high school students — especially those gearing up to take AP exams. Help your students prepare for their tests and reward them for a year of hard work by bringing them to Wayne State’s 15th annual Advanced Placement Curriculum Enrichment Day on Tuesday, April 26, from 10 a.m.-noon.
On April 26, area students who have been taking AP courses throughout the year will gather at WSU for a glimpse of college life — including sample lectures, a campus tour and lunch in a residence hall café.
A choice of 18 lectures will be offered to AP classes: 2-D/3-D art and design, art history, biology, calculus, chemistry, drawing, English literature, environmental science, European history, French, German, human geography, physics, psychology, Spanish, statistics, U.S. history and world history.
The entire event is free. Online registration is open now. Don’t delay in saving spots for entire classes or individual students — popular lectures fill up fast, and there is limited availability for lunch and campus tours. Register here: https://forms.wayne.edu/ap-day-2016/.