This Bucks County School District Just Entered a Major Partnership with a Nearby College

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The school district is partnering with a major local college.

A Bucks County school district has recently entered a major deal with one of the most well-respected colleges in the area.

Centennial School District has entered a partnership agreement with Bucks County Community College, which would help Centennial students to get into college post-graduation. Qualified seniors will have automatic admissions into he college through the collaboration.

“CSD is thankful for the vision and collaboration that Bucks President Dr. Ganther and her team is bringing to not only CSD but Bucks County,” said Dana T. Bedden, the Superintendent of Centennial School District. “We look forward to strengthening our partnership to not only support college degree programs but also access the many certificate programs that are offered by Bucks County Community College. This partnership aligns with the newly adopted mission and vision of Centennial School District.”

“It is an honor and privilege to partner with Dr. Bedden and the Centennial School district on ensuring that every Centennial student can reach their post-secondary academic and career goals,” said Dr. Felicia Ganther, president of Bucks County Community College.

“This first-of-its-kind partnership in the County lays the foundation for students to get started on a collegiate path with the potential to complete their first year of college before graduating from high school. This partnership also provides students and their families options and avenues to explore careers and high-wage jobs that require less than a year of credentialing. This is truly a historic moment for Bucks, for Centennial, and for the communities we collectively serve.”

Learn more about the partnership at Centennial School District.

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