College Programs

College Experience Program

The College in High School Program offered at S. S. Seward provides an opportunity for a junior or senior to take college level classes at a local college.  To be eligible for this program, the student must:

  • Maintain an overall academic average of 85%
  • Receive approval from a member of the Seward faculty that teaches the subject that corresponds to the college course that the student wishes to attend.
  • Submit a written request from the student and parent/guardian.  This proposal must be made to the Guidance Office no later than four weeks prior to registration of the college course.
  • File College Experience applications with the College through the Guidance Office.
  • Assume responsibility for transportation and payment of tuition to attend the college course.  Written permission for a student to use their personal vehicle must be submitted to the Guidance Office before registration for the college course.

Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA)

Qualified juniors and seniors can receive college credit in various courses offered in conjunction with Syracuse University’s Project Advance Program.  College tuition, books and fees are the responsibility of the student.

Community College in the High School Program (CCHS)

S. S. Seward, in collaboration with SUNY Orange, offers a select group of courses in English, Mathematics, United States History, Government and Science for college credit.  Approved college credit bearing courses available at S. S. Seward are provided in the course selection guide.  These courses are offered to juniors and seniors who meet specific eligibility requirements and are based on student requests.  College tuition, books and fees are the responsibility of the student.