Three students graduate from Early College Career Academy

Three Schuylerville High School students graduated from the Early College Career Academy, a partnership between SUNY Adirondack and WSWHE BOCES. Students are eligible to earn up to 32 college credits (depending on degree choice), acquire national or internationally recognized industry credentials, participate in work-based learning projects and industry challenges, and be mentored by practicing professionals in their field of study.  

Claire Pelletier-HoblockClaire Pelletier-Hoblock

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • MSSC Certified Production Technician
  • Continuing in the United State Naval Academy
  • Outstanding Student Ambassador Award: presented to a student who displays and exemplifies the core values of Early College Career Academy. Shows innovation, motivation, initiative, and perseverance, and demonstrates a commitment to creating positive change in the program’s community.
  • Citizenship Award

Symon Vanyo

  • IT Computer Networking
  • Continuing at SUNY Adirondack to pursue an A.A.S. in IT Computer Networking
  • Student Choice Award: given to a student who deserves to be recognized for their display of spirit and camaraderie, outstanding teamwork, and dedication to achieving their personal best during their time in the program.

Harrison Parnham

  • New Media
  • Continuing at SUNY Adirondack to pursue an A.A.S. in Media Arts
  • Adobe: Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign