Montclair High School Students Have It MADE

Montclair Academic Dual Enrollment

In a new Early College Program connecting the community and campus, Montclair High School students are taking courses at Montclair State University as part of a dual enrollment program helping them earn college credits while still in high school.

The opportunity, says Gabe Wallerstein, one of 26 students from Montclair High School attending classes, “has made my senior year the best year of school by a long shot.”

According to Jeff Gant, the University’s director of Undergraduate Admissions, the program, Montclair Academic Dual Enrollment (known as MADE), allows high school students to take courses across nearly all areas of campus, including Computer Science, Math, English Writing, Psychology, Anthropology, Sociology, Political Science, German, Music, and Earth and Environmental Studies.

The University also has a dual enrollment agreement with Clifton High School and is in talks with more area high schools.

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