Starting in their sophomore year, students can select to take college credit courses through St. John's University's College Advantage Program, Syracuse University's Project Advance, and College Board's Advanced Placement Program. See the information below for more details. 

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  • St. John's University College Advantage Program

    St. John’s University’s commitment to academic excellence is manifested through the College Advantage Program which provides qualified students a concurrent enrollment in their high school and college credit-bearing courses for the University.
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  • Syracuse University Project Advance

    Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA) is a premier cooperative partnership linking Syracuse University with secondary schools.
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  • Advanced Placement Program Courses

    Students see the benefits of taking an AP class right away. In AP classes, just like in college, students will face new challenges and learn new skills in the subjects they care about. All with the support of their classmates and teachers.
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Established in 1957, Xaverian is one of thirteen schools nationwide sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers.