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Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Beginning next year, high school juniors will have a third pathway to choose from to earn college credit in high school.
The SUNY Adirondack Early College Career Academy - An Early College High School Program has added the very popular graphics program, New Media, to its list of offerings.
The New Media curriculum includes graphics, photography, web design, and digital video editing. For more specifics on the New Media program click on the fact sheet below.
The other two programs offered are:
•Electrical Technology/Advanced Manufacturing
•Information Technology/Computer Networking
The SUNY Adirondack Early College Career Academy (ECCA) is a joint program offered by SUNY Adirondack and Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex BOCES. ECCA is a unique blend of career and technical education and college credited courses designed to prepare students for employment in high demand fields. Through the program, high school students have the opportunity to earn up to 32 college credits while simultaneously earning their high school diploma. Students participate in internships, earn industry-recognized certifications, and are provided with personal advising and tutoring.
Sophomores can find out more by attending one of four information sessions. Click herefor details.
Click herefor more information on the Early College High School program.