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CAP - College Advancement Program: Science

The CAP Program (College Advancement Program) offers a variety of Science courses (as well as other CCC courses) to area high school students as a regular part of their daily schedules, taught by high school faculty as adjuncts of CCC.

The mission of the College Advancement Program is to better serve the needs of the local high school student population. The CAP Program enables high school students to receive, simultaneously, both high school and college-level course credit, offering a successful transition from one educational experience to another. CCC is currently a member of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). NACEP is a professional organization for high schools and colleges that fosters and supports rigorous concurrent enrollment and serves as a national accrediting body.

Currently, CCC offers eight Science CAP courses in nine schools.

Science CAP Schools and Faculty 2012 




AuSable Valley CSD Andy Johnson ENV101 Environmental Science
Beekmantown CSD Paul Agnew GEL101 Physical Geology
ENV101 Environmental Science
CV-TEC Jennifer Gero BIO100 Human Biology
Northeastern Clinton CSD  Nick Trombley          PHY111 General Physics I              
PHY112 General Physics II
Peru CSD         Paul Hart     PHY111 General Physics I
PHY112 General Physics II
Plattsburgh CSD Steve Tice     CHE111 General Chemistry I
Saranac CSD Wayne Kneussle     CHE111 General Chemistry I
Chris Marino     PHY111 General Physics I
PHY112 General Physics II
Don VanLeeuwen BIO101 General Biology I
BIO102 General Biology II

For more information about offering or adding additional science CAP science courses at your school contact Francine Jolicoeur
CAP Liaison