Information for School Counselors
Looking for opportunities for your students to gain academic enrichment and/or college credit?
Middlesex County College’s Office of School Relations offers options for students who are interested in exploring different career paths, gaining enrichment in various subjects, and developing their skills with hands-on approaches to math and science.
A program that offers college-level credit and enrichment courses for academically gifted students who have completed grades 7, 8, or 9.
Courses offered for college credit include the following:
CSC 133 – Introduction to Computer Science Using C++ (4 credits)
MAT 129 – Pre-Calculus (4 credits)
Courses offered for academic enrichment include the following:
BIO 010 – Basic Biology (4 credit equivalent)
CHM 010 – Basic Chemistry (4 credit equivalent)
MAT 013 – Algebra I (4 credit equivalent)
MAT 014 – Algebra II (4 credit equivalent)
MAT 020 – Geometry (4 credit equivalent)
For course description and tuition information, please click here for our complete GATEway registration form. *Registration deadline is June 1, 2012.
Algebra Summer Institute
An Institute for academic enrichment, geared toward students who have completed grade 7, 8, or 9 and are interested in preparing for an Algebra I course. Students will explore algebraic concepts through hands-on activities and the integration of technology.
Biotechnology Summer Institute
For high school students; an intensive hands-on, laboratory based course in modern DNA analysis and protein purification techniques. Students will earn 3 college credits upon completion of the program, equivalent to BIO 206. Click here for more information.
High School Scholars
High school students can gain experience with college-level work, explore different fields of study, and earn MCC credits that may be accepted by other colleges.
Students must have already completed the necessary pre-requisites with a 'C' or better to be eligible for courses. Pre-requisites are listed within individual course descriptions. Students will meet with their Guidance Counselor to select a course, fill out an application, and have the application signed by their Parent/Guardian and Guidance Counselor. Click here to view the High School Scholars Application. Please note there is a different application for Summer High School Scholars if you click here.