At Sea, our education takes into consideration what students will need to be successful at the collegiate level, and designs a four year curriculum around those needs to make the transition to college seamless. Beginning Freshman Year, students meet with our Guidance/College Advisement Department to discuss college options, requirements and the admissions process. Students also take an online college advisory course and attend our Semiannual College Fairs held in our school. We find starting the process early proves more advantageous for both students and parents.
Our dual enrollment program provides an exciting opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. We work with SUNY Albany, St. John’s University and Iona College to offer their college courses under their supervision in our school with our faculty members. Students register with the accrediting college and recieve the corresponding credits. Upon graduating from Sea, students are able to transfer the credits to the college of their choice. While there are some schools that may not accept the transfer credits, they are widely accepted at colleges and universities throughout the United States. Students in the Honors Program can earn up to 60 College Credits (two full years) while at Sea, and all students have the opprtunity to earn at least 18 credits.
Class of 2023 Fast Facts:
- Earned A Year of College Credits At Sea 36% 36%
- Earned A Semester or More Of College At Sea 70% 70%
- Earned Some College Credit At Sea 91% 91%
Amount of Scholarship Money Earned by the Class of 2023