Located at the College of San Mateo, the Middle College program is an alternative education program provided by an agreement between CSM and the San Mateo Union High School District that allows junior and senior high school students to concurrently enroll in high school and community college courses. This program gives juniors and seniors the opportunity to finish their high school graduation credits, obtain college credit, and also have a college oriented experience as a high school student.
How do long distance relationships between students in college and students at Aragon work?
Growing up is a scary prospect: High schoolers, in particular, must learn to be more independent and prepare themselves for college or life after school while also straddling the line between childhood and adulthood. Peter Pan Syndrome, named after the ageless fictional boy, is a common teenage phenomenon characterized by the reluctance to leave the comfort of cartoons or stuffed animals.
Near the end of the previous school year, as students in K-12 schools all over the nation sat down for state standardized testing, some parents refused to let their children participate.
[Web-exclusive] The annual San Mateo Youth Commission Conference took place on Feb. 7 at College of San Mateo.