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Glasscock School of Continuing Studies

Registration

THREE WEEKS OF COURSES: July 18-21 · July 25-28 · August 1-4 

Note: courses will be Tuesday-Friday each of the three weeks. The Institute cannot accommodate children; only enrolled adult participants will be allowed in the classroom.

IMPORTANT: Please do not book travel until enrollment is confirmed.

Registration is now open. Register for using the course page.

Tuition:

Early registration: $499 (until April 17)
Standard registration: $549 (April 18-July 3)
Late registration: $599 (after July 3)

  • Tuition includes College Board Exam Resources and Special Focus books or the AP* Vertical Teams Guides for Pre-AP* participants, course binder, parking and lunch.
  • Lab-based science courses have an additional $50 lab fee added to the tuition amount. This lab fee covers the extensive additional expenses for lab supplies.

TEA Reimbursement: 

The Texas Education Agency has historically funded teacher training reimbursements of up to $450 per teacher who completes a TEA-approved training. The amount of the teacher training reimbursement has been dependent upon the total number of eligible applicants and the amount of funding available after the payment of exam fee subsidies. More information is available on the TEA AP/IB Incentive Program webpage.

Please visit the TEA website for updates related to the AP/IB Incentive program. District personnel with AP/IB program responsibilities may wish to join the AP/IB Incentive listserv.
To join the listserv, visit http://miller.tea.state.tx.us/list/ and select “AP-IB-Incentives” from the drop-down menu.

For more information about the Texas AP/IB Incentive Program, please contact TEA directly.

Questions

Please refer to our Frequently Ask Questions page for information regarding cancellations, changes, substitutions, wait lists, etc.

*College Board®, AP*, Advanced Placement Program* and Pre-AP* are registered trademarks of the College Board. Used with permission.

College Board Fellows: The College Board AP Fellows program is an annual competitive grant program that provides scholarships for secondary school teachers planning to teach AP courses in schools that serve minority and/or low-income students who have been traditionally underrepresented in AP courses. The scholarships assist teachers with the cost of attending an AP Summer Institute. Please go to the following link to view additional information and the registration form: http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/ap-grants

*College Board®, AP*, Advanced Placement Program* and Pre-AP* are registered trademarks of the College Board. Used with permission.