Business departments seeks to partner with Penn Highlands

Dual enrollment courses possibliity

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Business departments seeks to partner with Penn Highlands

Business Department head Nanette Anslinger speaking to one of her helpers in her office in room B324

Business Department head Nanette Anslinger speaking to one of her helpers in her office in room B324

Business Department head Nanette Anslinger speaking to one of her helpers in her office in room B324

Business Department head Nanette Anslinger speaking to one of her helpers in her office in room B324

Rob Ferrell, Reporter

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The business department is busy at work with the new school building coming. They are attempting to add in dual enrollment classes through the local college, Penn Highlands.

“We’re trying to help students who are interested in business go further with their career choice and education path to achieve it,” business education department head Nanette Anslinger said.

The dual enrollment classes will allow students to earn college credits towards their major while they are still in high school. This allows them to get ahead of the game when the graduate and head off to college.

The classes are expected to be available in the year 2021 when the new building is also expected to be finished. The classes will be through Penn Highlands, but they are hoping to expand it out to other local colleges to give students more options.

If any sophomore has any questions or concerns about the classes or would like to be kept up to date with them they can see Anslinger in room B324 or email her at [email protected]