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Through a partnership between the Bucks County Branch of the NAACP and The League of Women Voters of Bucks County, and ahead of the Nov. 5 election, Bucks County Community College will host “Candidates Forum: Education in Pennsylvania.”

A few days after the end of the spring semester at Bucks County Community College, I was in the newsroom where I teach journalism and where the student newspaper, The Centurion, is produced. One of the paper’s editors, journalism student Christian Grosso, and I were busy tossing out old copies of the paper. The Centurion is one of a declining number of student papers nationwide that are still actually printed, and the stacks of old issues were starting to take over the room.

Northampton Community College (NCC) celebrated 652 graduates at commencement ceremonies held at NCC’s Bethlehem campus on May 23 and NCC’s Pocono campus on May 21.

The New Jersey Council of County Colleges (NJCCC) honored 37 students from the state’s 18 community colleges for being named to the 2023 New Jersey All-State Academic Team for their outstanding academic achievements and exceptional service to their communities and colleges as members of Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society for Community Colleges.

A virtual information session will be hosted by Bucks County Community College for first-and second-year University of the Arts (UArts) students to present various educational pathways 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 25.

The Greater BucksMont Chamber of Commerce (GBMCC) has named its 2024 scholarship winners.

The A. Marlyn Moyer Jr. Scholarship Foundation announces will grant several partial scholarships for studies at colleges, universities, technical schools, nursing schools, and other accredited post-secondary institutions during the 2023-2024 academic year.

For three weeks at the end of their senior year, students at New Hope-Solebury High School leave the classroom as part of the career-oriented Active Personal Educational eXperience — APEX — Project.

On Monday, a landmark bill passed the Pa. House of Representatives that promises to benefit every school district in Bucks County.

Bensalem Township School District students attended the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science State Competition, held from May 17-21, at Penn State University.

Bucks County Community College is once again offering its Summer Bridge Program, designed to ease and support the transition to college by providing students with the academic skills and social resources needed to succeed in a college environment.

Everyone has times when a little more practice or individualized guidance can help prepare them for taking the next big step in life.

Woodside Christian Preschool held its annual Walk A Thon May 16 and 17.

A group of Central Bucks parents and a local organization promoting better access to live music are teaming up to support their respective missions at Puck Live in Doylestown Borough.

“Libraries are not just for books; they are for building community,” Warminster Library Director Peter Lehu said during this month’s “Love Your Library” event.

Council Rock School District is exploring implementation of full-day kindergarten as early as the 2025-26 school year.

The Quakertown Community School Board and its teachers union have ratified a five-year contract that takes effect July 1.

In the first major change in its annual full-board meeting schedule in many years, Palisades School District will hold fewer full-board public business meetings.

Palisades High School held its 73rd Commencement May 31, graduating 106 seniors in Upper Bucks County.

A real estate agent with strong ties to the Bucks County community where she grew up and is raising her two daughters was appointed to the Pennsbury School Board for Region 2.

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