Classroom Locations, CEUs, College Credit  2018

CLASSROOM LOCATIONS    (these are subject to change; please double-check when you register)
All classes are held on the Palo Alto High School campus.
Links to helpful maps:
Art History: 800 Building, Room 810
Biology: Science Building, Room 1708
Calculus AB: 800 Building, Room 851
Calculus BC: 800 Building, Room 864
Chemistry: Science Building, Room 1702
Chinese: 800 Building, Room 801
Computer Science A: 800 Building, Room 803
Computer Science Principles (Week 1): 800 Building,Room 803
Economics: 800 Building, Room 806
English Language Section 1: 800 Building, Room 812
English Language Section 2: 800 Building, Room 813
English Literature 800 Building, Room 811
Environmental Science: Science Building, Room 1707
European History: 800 Building, Room 853
French: 800 Building, Room 807
Physics 1: Science Building, Room 1709
Physics C: Science Building, Room 1710
Psychology: 800 Building, Room 805
Spanish Language: 800 Building, Room 808
Spanish Literature: 800 Building, Room 809
Statistics: 800 Building, Room 863
U.S. Government & Politics: 800 building, Room 860
U.S. History: 800 Building, Room 862
World History: 800 Building, Room 855
You will receive, at the end of the workshop, a certificate that states that you have completed a College Board endorsed 30-hour workshop in your subject area. This should satisfy CEU requirements for those that need them. We do not offer formal CEU credit through an institution of higher learning.
Two semester units of graduate credit are available for purschase ($160.00) from San Diego State University. The course is titled Ed 0997: APSI Silicon Valley You will need to register with them and you will pay them directly. The flyer below describes the class:
When you are ready to register, follow the steps below :
• Click on  Register Here to begin the process(if the link doesn’t work, cut and paste  into your browser). This will take you to a Course Catalog page where the AP Seminars course number (ED0997.175, in red) is listed along with a description.

•      Click on the red link, ED0997.175, which will take you to a second Course Catalog page but this time there will be a Section number (19SU 80102 GS), in red, and more details. Don’t worry about the other details (days, dates, times) – they are SDSU’s way of keeping track of things.

•      Click on the red link, 19SU 80102 GS, and you will be taken to a page titled Registration. Note two dates in particular: deadline for registration is 8/9; deadline for filing your reflection paper (yes, there’s a paper!) is 8/16. Click on Add to Cart and the Cart, with your selection, will appear at the upper right part of the screen.

•     Click on Check out and you will be taken to a login/new account page. If you already have a login (if you’ve created an account with them in the past), log in. If not you will need to create a new account and you’ll be taken to a New Account page and from there to the actual registration process. (Note: at some point, you will be asked for your Social Security Number. That’s because SDSU must report all transactions to the IRS since many will elect to claim the cost of the class as a tax deduction.) Follow the prompts from here and you should be all set.
If you need help, you can  call (619) 594-5152 or e-mail