Cohoes City School District



Cohoes High School's new Future-Ready Pathways program recently featured in the news

Nov. 30, 2017—Today is the deadline for students in the Class of 2021 to apply for the Future-Ready Pathways grant program at Cohoes High School. The rigorous academic program provides students with the guidance and support to successfully complete 60 college credits while in high school—graduating with up to two years of college (an associate's degree) and a Regents diploma—in June of 2021. 

The program has recently been featured on Spectrum News and in The Times Union:

Under-served kids in Cohoes to get future-ready

Cohoes High students get free, early shot at college

As of Wednesday, Nov. 29, 37 students had applied. The selection process includes cosiderations for first generation college-goers, socioeconomically disadvantaged, minority students and English Language Learners. 

A list of accepted students is expected before the December break.