Advanced Placement (AP) Boot Camp Gives First Time AP Students a Boost

ACPS is pleased to launch a new Summer Advanced Placement (AP) Boot Camp designed to provide support and resources to T.C. Williams students who are taking an AP course for the first time.

Through the boot camp students gain exposure to AP level coursework and will develop the skills needed to successfully complete an AP course. The boot camp will provide experiences that encourage teamwork and build communication, organization, critical reading and writing, and problem-solving skills.

The Summer AP Boot Camp that will be offered for the first time this summer at ACPS will provide students with support and guidance to help them to succeed in advanced level courses. The program aims to prepare students for the rigor of AP courses and provide them with the academic skills and tools they will need to do well,” said ACPS Chief Academic Officer Dr. Terri Mozingo. 

The program is being offered in two sessions that will be offered over two-week periods, the first of which runs July 10 – 21. Students can still sign up for the second session, which runs from choose from July 24 – August 4. Students can choose a morning (7:25 – 10:40 a.m.) or afternoon (11:00 a.m. – 2:15 p.m.) session.

Through the course, students will learn time management and study skills, how to effectively work with a team to collaborate and solve problems, how to take notes and take tests and more. View the syllabus on the T.C. Williams website.

Students can sign up completing the registration form and emailing it to

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