Manor College Forms Partnership with Archbishop Wood High School

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Manor College in Jenkintown recently expanded its High School Dual Enrollment Program by forming a partnership with Archbishop Wood High School. Image via Manor College.

Manor College in Jenkintown has recently made a Dual Enrollment Agreement with Archbishop Wood High School, allowing junior and senior students attending the partnered educational institutions to earn college credits while still in high school.

Being able to earn college credits while still in high school helps students get ahead while also saving money, thereby making it possible for them to graduate with less debt.

“Archbishop Wood is looking forward to a long partnership with Manor College,” said Gary V. Zimmaro Sr, President of Archbishop Wood High School. “We believe that the partnership will enhance the academic program at Archbishop Wood and open many new doors for our students. Many new ideas will be shared as our relationship evolves.”

Marc Minnick, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Manor College said the institution’s High School Dual Enrollment Program represents a great opportunity for high school students to commence their pathways into college degrees in Business, Criminal Justice, and Computer Science.

“The partnership with Wood is our first High School Partnership with our Engineering Program, and we can’t wait to get started in the Fall!” he added.

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