JENKINTOWN, Pa. – Manor College has recently signed a Dual Enrollment Agreement with Archbishop Wood High School. Through this partnership, junior and senior students enrolled at Archbishop Wood can earn college credits while still in high school. Earning college credits while in high school allows students to get ahead while also saving money – setting them up to graduate with less debt.
Gary V. Zimmaro Sr., president of Archbishop Wood High School, stated, “Archbishop Wood is looking forward to a long partnership with Manor College. 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.”
“Manor College is excited to expand our High School Dual Enrollment Program with Archbishop Wood. The program has been a great opportunity for high school students to start 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,” said Marc Minnick, provost and vice-president of academic affairs.
Located in suburban Philadelphia, Manor College is a small college that offers big opportunities and a stellar education – one with small classes full of big thinkers and a big-hearted community ready to challenge our students to reach and grow. Manor offers more than 50 associate’s, bachelor’s and certificate programs in Allied Health, Arts and Sciences, Business and Professional Studies, and Education to traditional age and adult students. Manor College is America’s only accredited institution of higher education founded by Ukrainian Sisters, the Sisters of St. Basil the Great. Learn more at www.manor.edu.