College Point Students Are College Bound
St. Agnes Academic High School in College Point provides an environment where students grow academically, personally and spiritually.
This year, St. Agnes has entered into a partnership with Molloy College. D.R.E.A.M. BIG, Dominican Roots in Education: St. Agnes and Molloy College, offers a series of experiences, seminars and workshops at St. Agnes High School and on the Molloy College campus in Rockville Centre. D.R.E.A.M. BIG offers students insight about college and careers from accomplished leaders in higher education.
St. Agnes students experience a rich variety of programs including:
- Building Your Future in STEM
- Humanities and Technology
- TV Studio Workshop
- Law & Order Seminar
- Dance/Theatre/Art Workshop
- Choosing a Career Path
In addition to the D.R.E.A.M. BIG program, St. Agnes also participates in the St. John’s University College Advantage Program as well as the Science Research Program of SUNY Albany.
The St. John’s University College Advantage Program invites seniors to enroll in college credit courses at a discounted rate while still enrolled at St. Agnes. Students may take courses such as:
- British Authors
- College Writing
- Advanced Algebra
- Human Biology
- People and the Environment
- Psychology of Women
- Emergence of a Global Society
The Science Research Program of SUNY Albany is open to 10th, 11th, and 12th graders with a qualifying GPA who pass the interview process. Students can earn up to 12 college credits while working one-on-one with a mentor on a scientific research project of their choosing.
For more information about college partnership programs at St. Agnes Academic High School, contact Keri-Ann Wade-Donohue, assistant principal at 718-353-6276 or visit stagneshs.org.