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CREATING A HEAD START
IN COLLEGE FOR HIGH
SCHOOL STUDENTS
4th Annual CTE Conference @ Hofstra University!
"Transforming Schools: Creating Pathways to
Careers"
Hofstra University
Steven
Mazzola
Principal
Saunders Trades and Technical High School
Donald
DeMatteo
Assistant Principal
Yonkers Montessori Academy
Former Assistant Director of Social Studies
PRESENTERS
What
can you
do with $140?
“DO NOW” ASSIGNMENT
Tuition and fees for
a local college for
Fall 2014 and
Spring 2015
- Total Credits 24
Tuition ……………….. 3,085.00
College Fee …...…... 12.50
Technology Fee …... 189.00
Student Activity Fee. 100.00
Athletic Fee…………. 200.00
Health Services Fee...135.00
Recreation Fee ……..10.00
TOTAL…………………. 6816.50
COLLEGE COSTS
1st
Year of College
12
credits a semester
4
classes
24
total credits attempted
$6816.50
THE COST OF STATE COLLEGE –
FRESHMAN YEAR
Year
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Tuition
$6816.50
$6816.50
$6816.50
$6816.50
Total
$27,266
COST OF COLLEGE – 4 YEARS
New Student Annual Cost of Attendance* - Commuter, 2014–2015
Tuition
$34,300
Program
Health
fee $1,668
services fee $140
Information
Student
services fee $350
activity fee $480
Matriculation
Orientation
Total
fee$310
fee $285
Direct Billable Costs
$37,533
COLLEGE COST – PRIVATE
COMPETITIVE SCHOOL
Year
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Tuition
$37,533
$37,533
$37,533
$37,533
Total
$150,132
COST OF PRIVATE COLLEGE –
4 YEARS

Taught in place of traditional High School Classes

Honors Chemistry = CL Chemistry

US History and Government = History of America 1776 to Present

Taught by in house teachers “vetted” and approved by college offering credit

Rigor infused throughout the curriculum and evidenced by the work done all year
– not just a test at the end

Teacher driven class

Students pay College Tuition fee

Fee ranges from $50 to $200 depending on university and student economic status

Helps to certify CTE courses through New York State
COLLEGE LINK CLASSES
How
do you build
“Articulation Agreements”
with colleges?
What
is the process?
COLLEGE LINK ARTICULATION
AGREEMENTS
COLLEGE LINK COURSES –
SAUNDERS HIGH SCHOOL
COLLEGE LINK COURSES –
SAUNDERS HIGH SCHOOL
A gift for you!!
Let
me help you start a
quick articulation
agreement.
COLLEGE LINK ARTICULATION
AGREEMENTS
SUNY
DELHI
COLLEGE LINK ARTICULATION
AGREEMENTS

Participating Colleges: College of Westchester, Manhattan
College, Mercy College, Monroe College, Farmingdale
State University (SUNY), and Westchester Community
College, Pace University

Classes taught by professors from the participating
colleges

Upon successful completion of the course, students can
earn three or four college credits.

A transcript is prepared and kept on file by the college.
Students may submit this transcript to any college they
choose to attend.

Students pay $150 for the course selected.

Three credit courses, requiring 45 hours of study, meet four
days a week, Monday through Thursday.

Classes are held from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30
EXTENDING COLLEGE CLASSES BEYOND THE
SCHOOL YEAR
ELIGIBILITY
The
Summer Collegiate Academy is open to current ninth, tenth and eleventh
graders* from all Yonkers high schools who meet the following eligibility
requirements:

A minimum GPA of 75; a copy of the student’s high school transcript or, if a 9th grader, a
copy of the student’s last report card must be submitted;

A letter of recommendation from the student’s principal;

A completed registration form;

A brief essay on why the student is interested in this program/ course.
Student
qualifications will be reviewed by the admissions committee and a letter
of acceptance will be sent.
Registration/Orientation
event for Students and their parents/guardians

At this meeting college representatives will be present to answer questions,

register students

collect fees.
COURSE SELECTION
Students
may only take one course. In the event that the course selected does
not have at least 10 students enrolled, it will be cancelled. As a precaution, all
students must indicate an alternate selection if for any reason their first choice is
not available. The courses offered by each college include:
EXTENDING COLLEGE CLASSES
BEYOND THE SCHOOL YEAR
Planning and Preparation
Planning
begins in December/January
College
Partner Meeting (December)
Student
Input (January)
Class
Proposals from colleges with proposed budgetary needs
(Early March)
Selection
of courses (Mid/Late March)
Contracts
Selection
and Budgets (April)
of Site (End of March)
Preparation
of March)
Guidance
of Budget, Program Brochure, and Registration (End
Counselor Rollout (Early April)
Registration
Begins – completed by end of April
EXTENDING COLLEGE CLASSES
BEYOND THE SCHOOL YEAR
Planning and Preparation, cont.
Registration
Evening
Begins – completed by end of April
Registration Event Planned (decided by end of April)

Time and Date

College needs for event (computers, rooms, etc)
Site
Planning

Administration Identified

Needs

Rooms

Technology

Supplies
Registration
forms collected and reviewed.
Acceptance
May)
decisions are made and class lists completed (End of
EXTENDING COLLEGE CLASSES
BEYOND THE SCHOOL YEAR
Planning and Preparation, cont.
Acceptance
of May)
2
decisions are made and class lists completed (End
Faculty meetings are held to:

Acclimate faculty to the school facility

Ascertain faculty needs (technology, equipment, etc)
Administration
details

Attendance

Grading

Syllabus

Books
EXTENDING COLLEGE CLASSES
BEYOND THE SCHOOL YEAR
SCA 2012 @ ECHS
SCA 2013 @
Saunders HS
SUMMER COLLEGIATE ACADEMY –
LIVE FROM YONKERS, NY
Questions
Comments
Discussion
CREATING A HEAD START IN COLLEGE
FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

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