Some AP courses cut at Wooster High due to lack of student interest

WOOSTER – Holding the City Schools to the district’s pledge of academic excellence is the aim of several Wooster High students who have been vocal about their derailed academic plans for their senior year.

Jacob Hannan, Brendan French and Gabriel Thompson are among 32 students who won’t get to take some of the advanced placement courses they had hoped to add to their schedules for the 2022-’23 school year.

School administrators and department heads recently determined that for a course to be offered next year, including AP classes, a minimum enrollment of 15 students for each course is required.

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The courses to be dropped in the coming school year are British literature, advanced placement research, AP biology, AP physics 2, AP stats and College Credit Plus Spanish, Wooster High’s Interim Principal Eric Vizzo said in an email.