The College, in partnership with local high schools, offers dual or concurrent enrollment courses for Essex and Franklin County high school students. Juniors and seniors may register for courses that satisfy their high school graduation requirements while earning college credit which can be transferred to many colleges. Generally these courses satisfy SUNY General Education requirements. Business courses may also be available.
Please contact your high school guidance counselor for information about specific course offerings and participation guidelines.
The College’s Bridge program is overseen by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. For more information contact us at email@example.com.
The college was well-represented at this weekend’s Ticonderoga Celtic Festival, which featured music storytelling and historical programs. Organized by the Ticonderoga Historical Society, it took place at Hancock House on Saturday. Taking a break from talking to visitors about the college are, from left, Nursing Professor Selina LeMay-Klippel, Student Government Association President Annette Hurlburt and Library Director Brian O'Connor. ... See MoreSee Less