Collaborative High School Program
Alfred State encourages collaboration with high schools to deliver quality collegiate courses to interested and qualified secondary students. Alfred State is committed to meeting this need as an integral part of the SUNY Public Education Agenda, which is intended to help raise academic standards and make it possible for more students to meet those standards.
There are three basic methods for delivering college courses to high school students:
- Alfred State approves a high school teacher to offer college credit-bearing course work to secondary students in a high school.
- An Alfred State faculty member offers a college course to high school students at a high school.
- High school students come to the Alfred State campus to take a college course or enroll in an online course offered directly by Alfred State.
Alfred State encourages the expanded offering of quality college-level course work to qualified high school students in order to enhance student learning in high school and better prepare more students for the transition into the freshman year of college.
Participating High Schools
- Arkport Central School
- Belfast Central School
- Bolivar-Richburg Central School
- Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES
- Cuba-Rushford Central School
- Fillmore Central School
- Genesee Valley Central School
- Letchworth Central School
- Livonia Central School
- Naples Central School
- Notre Dame High School
- Scio Central School
- Wellsville Central School
- York Central School