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On Tuesday, March 20, 33 students from Lake Placid, Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake high schools that comprise the Adirondack Early College High School program spent part of the day at North Country Community College and at the Adirondack Medical Center learning about college and careers in the health care field. “The visit to AMC and NCCC was an eye-opening experience for many of our students. Even though most are only 14 or 15 and still a few years away from making college or career decisions, the students learned of the many exciting career avenues open to them in the health care field, and they also learned that a college education can open the door to these and many other future choices,” said Roger Catania, LPHS Guidance Counselor. “Hopefully, knowing what the future has to offer inspires them to work hard in school today, and helps them to understand the connection between what they learn in their classes today and the decisions they will make about their lives in the years to come.”


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