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College Achievement Program (CAP)

"The CAP program was very beneficial in preparing me for college. The classes I took in high school allowed me to enroll in courses meant for sophomores as a freshman. This allowed me more opportunity to take advanced courses earlier on in my college career." (2011-2012 One Year Out Student Survey)

"This course helped me see what college is going to be like and also gets me a step ahead on college. Our teacher was great and helped so much! I really enjoyed the class!" (Spring 2013 End of Course Evaluation)

Super Summer

 "My son really enjoyed this class. He actually looked forward to going every day. This is the first summer activity I have signed him up for that he has really liked. Thank you! Would like to know of other programs like this in the future." (2013 Super Summer evaluation)

"The staff were all friendly, organized and very helpful. Our first experience with your summer program has been a pleasant one." (2013 Super Summer evaluation)

"Art Matters was a positive experience for my granddaughter. I felt safe bringing her and picking her up." (2011 Super Summer evaluation)


Noncredit Courses

"Enlightening! I am leaving with a bunch of new ideas." Vernier Probe Workshop, Winter 2014

"This was very educational and really helped me prepare for the SAT." Verbal Prep for the SAT, Winter 2014

"Very useful; will help a lot. Instructor was easy to understand and interesting." SAT Math Prep, Winter 2014

"This program taught me how to really use the Promethean Board in the classroom and has made me excited to start the new school year!" Using your Classroom Promethean Board, Summer 2014

"The instructor brings a love for Germany and a passion for teaching that encourages those with basic level skills to expand their German language and speaking capability." Beginning Conversational German, Summer 2013

"Fun-filled evening of teacher professional development that will help provide engaging pedagogy for diverse learners." Claymation, Fall 2012 

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