High school students interested in an in-depth, honors-level study program in medical or health-related fields or law during their senior year should consider applying to a Capital Region BOCES New Visions Program.
The New Visions Program is a one-year program that turns area businesses and government buildings into classrooms for highly motivated, academically successful high school seniors.
In the programs, students learn through traditional methods (lecture, reading, research, writing and focused study), group discussion, internships and rotations. Classes meet daily from 8 to 11:30 a.m.
Registration is typically held in March each year.