Central Penn Builds Robust “College in the High School” Network
Central Penn College has recently partnered with 12 regional high schools on new dual enrollment agreements. “Students at these institutions now have the opportunity to take college courses and earn college credits while still in high school,” said Michael Fedor, VP of Advancement and Strategic Initiatives, at the Summerdale-based institution.
As a result of these efforts, 37 high school students were enrolled in Central Penn during the current fall term. “For high school students planning to attend college, these agreements enable students to save both time and money, while being super-prepared when starting college,” he said.
Central Penn College has signed agreements with the following high schools and school districts:
- Carlisle Area School District
- Commonwealth Charter Academy
- Cedar Cliff High School
- East Pennsboro Area School District
- Elizabethtown Area School District
- Heritage Christian Academy
- Hinkletown Mennonite School
- Lower Dauphin Area School District
- Pequea Valley School District
- Red Land High School
- Warwick School District
- West Perry School District
“We are eager to open the opportunity to earn college credit from experts in their fields to area students through our high-quality programs,” continued Fedor. “Our team is busily reaching out to area high schools and school districts to bring ‘college in the high school’ to even more high school students in 2022 and beyond.”
High schools and school districts interested in partnering with Central Penn College can contact Educational Outreach Coordinator Sean Strangeway at SeanStrangeway@centralpenn.edu.
To find out more about Central Penn College’s career-focused offerings, visit: www.centralpenn.edu/academics.