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    Middlesex County College and East Brunswick Public Schools signed an agreement officially launching the MCC/East Brunswick High School College Pathways Program. This initiative provides East Brunswick High School students the opportunity to earn an Associate Degree by taking college courses while still in high school. At present, more than 450 East Brunswick High School students have registered for 40 courses. Courses include mathematics, English, public speaking, accounting, computer science, natural sciences, history, political science and psychology, and world languages.

    At the signing, seated from left: Mark McCormick, MCC’s Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs; Dr. Joann La Perla-Morales, College President; Dr. Victor Valeski, Superintendent of East Brunswick Public Schools; and Vicki Becker, Vice President of the Board of Education.
    Standing: Marla Brinson, Dean of Student Affairs; Patrick Madama, Vice President for Institutional Advancement; Dr. Michael Vinella, East Brunswick High School Principal; Deborah Gulick, Director of Curriculum and Instruction; and Dr. Evelyn Ogden, Assistant Superintendent.