APSI College Board Scholarship Information

In 2022, the College Board offered the following three scholarship programs for AP teachers. The deadline for the APSI scholarship program was Monday, February 14, 2022, and the AP Capstone scholarship deadline was Friday, March 4, 2022.

For more information about the available College Board APSI and AP Capstone scholarships for 2022, please visit www.collegeboard.org/APSIScholarships.

2022 APSI SCHOLARSHIPS

AP Fellows Scholarship- Deadline has passed

AP Fellows scholarships are awarded to teachers at high schools serving minority and/or low-income students who have been traditionally underrepresented in AP courses.

Scholarship Amount: $1,000.00 - for cost of tuition and lab fees (when applicable) only. *

* Please note: Scholarship only covers the cost of tuition and lab fees (if applicable) up to the scholarship amount; all other APSI costs, including but not limited to tuition cost above scholarship amount, lodging, and food, are the responsibility of the scholarship recipient and should be billed to the scholarship recipient, not College Board.

Eligible AP subjects: All AP subjects EXCEPT AP Capstone (Seminar and Research)

Scholarship requirements: Teachers must:

  • Plan to teach an AP course in the 2022-23 academic year
  • Teach in a high school at which at least 50% of the student population consists of underrepresented minorities and/or at least 50% of the student population qualifies for free or reduced-price lunch
  • Not have received a College Board APSI scholarship for the same subject within the last 3 years

Application components:

AP Rural Fellows Scholarship - Deadline has passed

AP Rural Fellows Scholarship AP Rural Fellows scholarships are awarded to teachers working in rural areas of the country, as defined by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). All islands of Hawaii, except Oahu, will be considered “rural” regardless of the NCES data). The scholarship can be used for all AP subjects except AP Capstone Research or Seminar.

Scholarship Amount: $1,500.00 - for cost of tuition and lab fees (when applicable) only. *

* Please note: Scholarship only covers the cost of tuition and lab fees (if applicable) up to the scholarship amount; all other APSI costs, including but not limited to tuition cost above scholarship amount, lodging, and food, are the responsibility of the scholarship recipient and should be billed to the scholarship recipient, not College Board.

Eligible AP subjects: All AP subjects EXCEPT AP Capstone (Seminar and Research)

Scholarship requirements: Teachers must:

  • Plan to teach an AP course in the 2022-23 academic year
  • Teach in a high school that is classified as “rural” by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and at which at least 50% of the students qualify for free or reduced-price lunch (all islands of Hawaii, except Oahu, will be considered “rural” regardless of the NCES data)
  • Not have received a College Board APSI scholarship for the same subject within the last three years.

Application components:

AP Capstone Scholarship

These scholarships are awarded to AP Capstone teachers with no other sources of funding who are planning to attend the AP Capstone summer professional development event. The scholarships can ONLY be used for AP Capstone Research or Seminar.

Scholarship Amount: cost of tuition and lab fees (when applicable) only. **

** Please note: Scholarship only covers the cost of tuition; all other APSI costs, including but not limited to tuition cost above scholarship amount, lodging, and food, are the responsibility of the scholarship recipient and should be billed to the scholarship recipient, not College Board.

Eligible AP subjects: ONLY AP Capstone (Seminar and Research)

Scholarship requirements: Teachers must:

  • Plan to teach AP Research or AP Seminar in the 2022–23 academic year
  • Teach in a district with a median income below $81,000 and/or in a high school in which at least 50% of the student population qualify for free or reduced-price lunch

Application components: