FULTON — The Fulton City School District (FCSD) is offering two opportunities for new junior high (ninth grade) students at G. Ray Bodley High School for the upcoming 2022-23 school year.
Under the leadership of coordinator Sean Broderick, the district is able to host two Early College High School programs, one focused on information technology and the other on health sciences. Working with the community, the Fulton City School District has formed partnerships to help students become lifelong learners while earning their high school diplomas, college credits, and setting them on the path employment in local businesses.
FCSD’s partnerships with Cayuga Community College (CCC), Oswego Health, Oswego County Opportunities and the Oswego County Workforce Development Board are entering their fifth year.
In the 2021-2022 school year, more than 140 students took the opportunity to learn and earn free college credits in their first and second years.
The Information Technology program offers a pathway to career opportunities such as game designer, network and communications analyst, network administrator, web developer and/or administrator, IT consultant, security engineer and many more. others.
The Health Sciences program provides a pathway to career opportunities such as Cardiovascular Medicine, Nursing, Chiropractic Medicine, Medical Imaging/Radiography, Medical Technology and Biotechnology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, respiratory therapy, radiotherapy and many others.
With both programs, all of students’ classes during their freshman and sophomore year switched to G. Ray Bodley High School, while during their junior and senior years, a portion of the school day was spent on campus at G Ray Bodley High School, while the other part of the day was spent at CCC in Fulton.
The application process is simple – those interested can do so online at www.fultoncsd.org. Simply click on the red schools tab at the top, then go to the G. Ray Bodley High School page and click on “Early College High School” in the leftmost sidebar. There, people will find a menu on the right side of the web page with downloadable apps for both programs.
If you have any questions, contact the Broderick Program Coordinator at (315) 593-5400, ext. 2489. Interested persons may also contact Broderick on his cell, 315-593-5218, or email email@example.com