The first five years for Atlantic Cape Community College have been good ones. High ranking school officials made a presentation to the Cape May County Freeholders on Tuesday. They showed an increase in enrollment for the first five years at the Cape May County campus. The data also showed that average age of the students was going down, both numbers buck current trends. Atlantic Cape is only one of two schools in the state that have created a cooperative in community college service for two counties. The freeholder board congratulated the school on the success. An open house will be held for the community in Oct. to see the strides the campus is making.