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Academic Programs

Let us help you prepare to enter and succeed in college. Classes are designed to strengthen your academic skills in science, language arts, and mathematics.


English for Speakers of Other Languages

This is a three-level program in English as a Second Language for adults. Courses cover the skills of listening, speaking, reading, vocabulary improvement, and writing American English with particular emphasis on listening and speaking.

College Preparation

Courses offered are designed to strengthen your academic skills in science, language arts, and mathematics. The math and science courses can serve as prerequisites for college admission and college success. They include:

  • Algebra I
  • Algebra II
  • Intermediate Algebra
  • Biology with Lab
  • Chemistry with Lab
  • Languages Arts
  • Reading and Writing

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High School Equivalency Preparation

The High School Equivalency program provides academic instruction and test preparation in order to assist students to achieve their NYS high school equivalency diploma. Teacher led instruction is provided in the areas of Writing and Grammar, Math and Reading in the content areas leading to the official NYS Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC™). NYS TASC™ replaced the GED® (General Educational Development) in 2014. Additionally, students are assigned time in the ATTAIN computer lab where they remediate their weak areas and work on test preparation through computer aided instruction.

The HSE program is generally 15 weeks, Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. (Subject to change) TABE Scores required are: Reading 8.0 - Math 7.0.

You will also be assigned time in the computer lab where you can work in weak areas and prepare for tests. Our programs are geared for your success.

Academic Skills Preparation

This program is designed to develop reading and math skills if you do not meet the entry-level requirements for College Prep, Career Prep, or the Business Education programs. The two modules are sequential, and computer-assisted learning is an essential part of this program:

  • Module I — Adult Basic Education
  • Module II — Developmental Education