Congratulations to the William W. Bodine High School for International Affairs in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Tribune picked the school as its “School of the Week.”
The Dual Enrollment program with Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is among the many highlights of the Bodine High School noted in the article,
Located at 1101 N. 4th St. in the Northern Liberties section of Philadelphia, Bodine was founded in 1981 as a partnership between the School District of Philadelphia and the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia.
Read more about the school here https://www.phillytrib.com/the_learning_key/school-of-the-week-bodine-prepares-students-to-be-ambassadors-of-the-community/article_bc7c2d80-dcf6-5aa1-84be-e608aff1f235.html
The Philadelphia Tribune is the oldest continuously published African-American newspaper in the United States.
Harrisburg University’s Dual Enrollment program allows students to earn college credit in high school. Dual enrollment also helps students reduce future college costs by earning college credits at a discounted per-credit rate now. For more information on the program, visit online at https://www.harrisburgu.edu/academics/non-degree/dual-enrollment/
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