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OHS Dual Enrollment Information Night Set For May 9

The Oswego City School District is hosting a dual enrollment/AP informational night at 5 p.m. May 9 inside the Oswego High School library.

Oswego High School’s goal is to develop high-school-level programming that helps all students prepare for life after graduation. Through the dual enrollment courses, students can enroll in courses that help them get a jumpstart on earning college credits.
“Dual enrollment offers our students with the unique opportunity to simultaneously earn high school and college credit,” said OHS Principal Ryan Lanigan. “An added benefit is that dual enrollment reduces the financial burden on families by allowing students to earn college credit at no cost.”

From this school year compared to the school year prior, OHS has seen an increase in dual enrollment and AP coursework with 203 more courses being taken by students in college and AP level course work. OHS is projecting an additional 350 courses to be taken by students in the 2023-2024 school year. Seven new dual enrollment courses have been added this year with the hope that more will be added next year.  The next set of courses will be Cayuga Community College Calculus, SUNY Oswego English (English 12/World Lit). CCC PE- Fitness Center 1&2, and Silver Bullets will be moving to an SUNY Oswego Health Course.
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