MCC’s School Relations Office is Now K-12 Partnerships
The Office of School Relations is now K-12 Partnerships, an important connection to area K-12 school districts.
K-12 Partnerships offers programs for students, teachers and administrators, focusing on college readiness, enrichment, advancement, and professional development. Areas of expertise include:
H.S. Scholars – Dual Enrollment
This program provides high school students the opportunity to earn college credit. High school courses are articulated to match MCC courses, and for a reduced fee students can apply to earn MCC credit.
H.S. Scholars – Campus Enrollment
High School students, age 15 or older, can enroll in MCC courses for which they are eligible to earn college credit and experience a college level course.
Johnson & Johnson Scholars
Funded by the Johnson & Johnson Corporation, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Scholars is a college readiness program for New Brunswick High School graduates who have committed to attend MCC as freshmen.
AP Summer Institutes
In partnership with the CollegeBoard, K-12 Partnerships offers AP (Advanced Placement) Summer Institutes for high school AP teachers. Workshops are facilitated by CollegeBoard consultants. Participants receive intensive professional development to strengthen how they teach their AP courses through resources such as course outlines, student samples, scoring guidelines, content-specific handouts, and commentary from the most recent AP exams. They receive 30 professional development hours for attending.
Road to Scholars
This is a new summer program for rising 10th graders. It offers the opportunity to earn high school and college credit by taking MCC summer courses that are selected and approved by both high school and MCC staff.