About 150 Advanced Placement teachers were on campus this week for the annual AP Summer Institute.
Advanced Placement* courses are geared to high-performing high school students. Students who score well on the AP examinations are eligible for college credit at many institutions, including USFSP.
The Summer Institute, endorsed by the College Board, offered eight courses ranging from English literature to art to biology.
While most participants were from Pinellas County schools, some came from as far away as Kuwait and Bolivia.
The art course featured a showing of the work the teachers created in class, displayed at Harbor Hall.
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