SUNY Adirondack
640 Bay Rd, Queensbury;
Located in upstate New York just minutes from the cultural and tourism centers of Saratoga Springs and Lake George, SUNY Adirondack offers small class sizes and personalized instruction in over 30 associate degree programs, including adventure sports, business, criminal justice, culinary arts, engineering, networking, music, nursing and more.
SUNY Adirondack provides real world experience, with 86 percent of career program graduates participating in internships with local businesses. Along with multiple transfer agreements, students can pursue their bachelor degrees right on our campus through the Regional Higher Education Center in partnership with SUNY Plattsburgh. 
Students can receive the full college experience by living on-campus in our 400-bed suite-style residence hall and participating in intercollegiate athletics, international travel, student clubs, and theatrical productions.
SUNY Adirondack: Experience it for yourself.

Saint Gregory’s School
121 Old Niskayuna Road, Loudonville; 785.6621
Saint Gregory’s School was founded in 1962 with the purpose of providing a rigorous educational program in an environment driven by values that develop students with strong moral foundations. For over 50 years, Saint Gregory’s has fostered independent thinking, learning, and scholarship through small classroom study and individual attention. While Saint Gregory’s is a Roman Catholic school, we serve students of many different faiths and welcome diversity in all its forms. We offer full-day Nursery, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten for boys and girls, and single-gender education for boys from first through eighth grade. Our co-educational early childhood levels place an emphasis on providing the necessary skills to be diligent, life-long learners. In grades 1-8, Saint Gregory’s single-gender education promotes developing strong literacy and public speaking skills and gaining a solid core education. The school also provides daily exposure to strong values and community service through our Saint Gregory’s Knights organization. This strong foundation prepares students to attend the most challenging local secondary schools and out-of-state boarding schools. Our students have the opportunity to experience the world of science and technology through projects such as producing a weekly news show in our on-campus TV studio, building solar-powered cars and wind turbines, and recreating important events in history through the use of technology such as Minecraft and SketchUp. Saint Gregory’s students have extensive exposure to art, music, English and foreign language, as well as a variety of athletic endeavors in Lower & Upper School. We invite you to experience what makes
us unique!


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