If you’re a current high school student, one of our pre-collge programs has your name on it.
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College Credit Advantage Program lets you earn college credit in high school — saving you tuition later.
Earn College Credit and Experience College Life at Adelphi
High school sophomores, juniors and seniors can get a taste of college life in our Summer Pre-College Program tailored for high school students. Learn why Adelphi’s is ranked one of the top pre-college programs in the nation.
Grounded in Adelphi’s commitment to partnerships with the high school community, our pre-college programs for high school students offer students a rich educational experience and opportunities to participate in special conferences and workshops designed just for them.
Engage Your Potential
Summer Pre-College Programs
Adelphi’s Pre-College summer program is an exciting way for you to gain valuable college experience while earning college credit as a high school student.
College Credit Advantage Program
The College Credit Advantage Program reflects Adelphi’s strong partnerships with the area’s high school community.
High School Summer Sessions
Make the most of your summer by registering for a course during Adelphi’s Summer Sessions.
Conferences and Workshops
Immerse yourself in the arts, debate critical issues in media and journalism, or compete against other students in Adelphi’s annual Apprentice Challenge. Our events are the perfect way for high school students to explore their interests and pursue their passions.
Hispanic Community Partnership Program
Designed to expose Hispanic high school students to college life while gaining the know-how, skills, resources, and confidence to pursue a college degree.
Summer Institute in Mathematical Epidemiology
Work directly with Adelphi professors and students using computer science and statistics to study real-world data on cancer and COVID-19.
Young Writer’s Retreat
This annual summer program is an intensive writing workshop where high school juniors and their teachers can experience the power of arts-based learning.