Fourteen students complete Clarkson School Early College Program
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 - 8:54 am

POTSDAM -- The following students recently completed The Clarkson School Early College Program at Clarkson University.

The program is for high school students who wish to pursue college at least a year early.

Lucas Bird of Potsdam. Next year, he plans to attend McGill University, majoring in political science.

Lindsay Clark of Parishville. Next year, she plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in chemical engineering.

Olivia Collins of Parishville. Next year, she plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in biology.

Jason Deschaine of Potsdam. Next year, he plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in engineering and management.

Mike Gagliardi of Canton. Next year, he plans to attend St. Lawrence Unviersity majoring in economics.

Ben Gushlaw of Norwood. Next year, he plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in biology.

Jason Jemison of Potsdam. Next year, he plans to attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute majoring in electrical and computer engineering and minoring in music.

Nicholas Marvin of Potsdam. Next year, he plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in mechanical engineering.

Sabrina Reed of Canton. Next year, she plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in the social sciences.

Anise Sago of Potsdam. Next year, she plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in business and psychology.

Martin Stone of Potsdam. Next year, he plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in mechanical engineering.

Brittany Taylor of Potsdam. Next year, she plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in the social sciences.

Heidi Visser of Potsdam. Next year, she plans to attend Loyola Marymount University majoring in biology.