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Thursday, 16 December 2021 11:59

SUNY Adirondack’s Early College Career Academy

QUEENSBURY — Saratoga Springs City School District has announced an opportunity for high school students to take part in SUNY Adirondack’s Early College Career Academy. Students enrolled in the Early College Career Academy can receive up to 32 college credits at no cost to them and gain valuable college experience while in high school. 

The Early College Career Academy consists of four pathways/programs: Business and Entrepreneurship, New Media, Information Technology, and Advanced Manufacturing. 

The program starts at the beginning of junior year of high school where students will spend half the day on SUNY Adirondack’s Campus (Wilton or Queensbury) and half the day at their high school. School Districts provide transportation to and from the college campus. Students will receive a laptop in each program, textbooks, and all other materials specific to each program at no cost to them. 

The Early College Career Academy is also open to high school students in other local school districts. To pre-register fill out the form below and you will be linked to more information and more opportunities to learn about the programs. Information Sessions and links will be provided after you fill out the form below. To sign up for a shadowing day, students should see their school counselor before Dec. 22. 

Registration Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfhyNrzpgGpHU3f00eCOLDHvbq3rr1diOqvXzXxQHNkbaw56g/viewform

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