Madrid, Potsdam, Gouverneur, Rensselaer Falls, Canton, O'burg, Brier Hill students complete Clarkson Early College Program
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 - 12:24 pm

POTSDAM -- The following local students recently completed the Clarkson School Early College Program at Clarkson University:

• Meghan Cassavaw of Madrid. Next year, Cassavaw plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in biology with a minor in cognitive neuroscience.

• Sara Deschaine of Potsdam. Next year, Deschaine plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in biology with a concentration in pre-physical therapy.

• Brielle Farley of Gouverneur. Next year, Farley plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in engineering and management with a math minor.

• Felix Grimberg of Potsdam. Next year, Grimberg plans to attend McGill University majoring in sustainability, science and society.

• Connor Hardiman of Potsdam. Next year, Hardiman plans to continue at Clarkson as an undecided student.

• Cosmo Islam of Potsdam. Next year, Islam plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in chemical engineering.

• Sanna Jaquith of Rensselaer Falls. Next year, Jaquith plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in biology.

• Taylor Reed of Canton. Next year, Reed plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in psychology with a minor in social sciences.

• Clifford Reilly of Potsdam. Next year, Reilly plans to attend St. Lawrence University majoring in biomolecular science and neuroscience.

• Mathew J. Sherry of Ogdensburg. Next year, Sherry plans to continue at Clarkson double majoring in digital arts and sciences and computer science.

• Mathew Tuper of Brier Hill. Next year, Tuper plans to continue at Clarkson majoring in civil engineering.

The Clarkson School provides exceptional high school age students with a full academic year of residency-based interdisciplinary education, typically before they would have graduated high school.

Students are considered first-year undergraduates, taking a full course load alongside other Clarkson University freshmen. Since Clarkson School students enter Clarkson University as fully matriculated first-year students, they have access to all university facilities, participate in clubs/organizations, can join varsity sports teams, and earn up to 32 college credits.

Students who finish the academic year in good standing may automatically continue as sophomores at Clarkson, or move on to other top colleges and universities around the country, taking the college credits earned for evaluation.