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Participating Schools in
Bucks County PA

Bucks County is comprised of 13 school districts, supporting more than 96,000 students in over 270 schools.  With over 9,000 educators, these school districts all work diligently to provide exceptional educational opportunities to the children they serve.  There are also 3 Career Technical Centers (CTCs) offering alternative high school classes to students county-wide and the Bucks County Intermediate Unit (Bucks IU) which offers educational services through all of the districts for students in grades K-12.  

From the list below, please select your school district/school to see more information regarding specifically which are participating in this program:

BensalemBristol Borough Bristol Township 
Bucks County
Intermediate Unit
     Bucks County Technical 
High School
Centennial
Central BucksCouncil Rock      Middle Bucks Institute
of Technology
Morrisville NeshaminyNew Hope-Solebury
PalisadesPennridgePennsbury
Quakertown
Community 
Upper Bucks County
Technical School
 
Bucks County School Districts:

A capital letter B split in half with blue and gray.Bensalem Township School District operates six elementary schools (K-6), two middle schools (7-8), and one high school (9-12).  The District provides a wide array of options and opportunities for our students, and we are proud of our successes.  Bensalem Proud, Bensalem Strong!

  • Bensalem High School - Liaison: Mr. Brian Allen

 


School District of Bristol Borough name in an emblem around the lamp of learning.Bristol Borough is an historic river community located 22 miles north of Philadelphia. The community has a great deal of pride in the people who make Bristol a vibrant place to live. The Bristol Borough School District, with a student population of 1250 students, builds upon this enthusiasm with a rich multi-cultural student population.

  • Bristol Jr./Sr. High School - Liaison: Mr. Nick Nastasi
  • Snyder-Girotti Elementary School - Liaison: Mrs. Kelli Rosado


Shield surrounded by a baner with the name Bristol Township School District on it.Bristol Township School District has six schools (3 elementary, 2 middle and 1 high school) with approximately 6300 students. At each grade level, the District has implemented a curriculum that will help equip students to be good citizens, knowledgeable employees and effective leaders. We support every student, every day!

  • Harry S. Truman High School - Liaison: Ms. Rachel Zawisza



An emblem on top of a rectangular field diagnolly cut by black, white and red bands of color.Centennial School District has 6150 students in 3 new elementary schools, 2 newly renovated middle schools and 1 new high school.  The district covers Warminster Township, Upper Southampton Township and Ivyland Borough. Our goal is to inspire our students with an emphasis on 21st century skills, global awareness and innovative practices.

  • William Tennent High School - Liaisons: Mr. Ryan Mulford, Colleen Buckley

 


Stylaized C and B intertwined about words Central Bucks School DistrictCentral Bucks is the third largest school district in Pennsylvania, with approximately 18,400 students in 15 elementary schools, 5 middle schools and 3 high schools.  The district includes the boroughs of Chalfont, Doylestown, and New Britain and townships of Buckingham, Doylestown, New Britain, Plumstead, Warrington, and Warwick.

  • Central Bucks High School East - Liaisons: Dr. Chad Watters,  Dr. J. Luke Hadfield
  • Central Bucks High School South - Liaison: Mr. Jason Bucher 
  • Central Bucks High School West - Liaison: Mr. Todd Cantrell
  • Tohickon Middle School - Liaison: Mrs. Sheri Heath

 

Stylized C and R above the words Council Rock School DistrictCouncil Rock School District displays within its boundaries an intriguing blend of history and progress. Serving over 11,000 students, the district operates 10 elementary schools (grades K‑6), 2 middle schools (grades 7–8), and 2 high schools (grades 9–12). Council Rock is also a participating district in the Middle Bucks Institute of Technology.

  • Council Rock North High School - Liaison: Ms. Cristina Rabayda
  • Council Rock South High School - Liaison: Ms. Nicole Ventresca
  • Holland Middle School - Liaison: Ms. Donna Lanatto
  • Newtown Middle School - Liaison: Dr. Ann Naragon


Emblem above a banner saying Morrisville and below a circled bulldogs head.

Morrisville School District is focused on expanding the horizons and individualizing excellence for each and every student.  We have 1 elementary school (K-2), intermediate school (3-5), and middle/high school (6-12) all providing a dynamic and caring environment achieved by our staff, students, parents, and community working together towards our mission.

  • Morrisville High School - Liaison: Mr. Jason Harris



Capital N split diagnolly by blue and red colors with the word Neshaminy across the middleNeshaminy School District currently operates 6 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and 1 high school in a K-4, 5-8 and 9-12 configuration. The District draws strength from a highly supportive community that has a rich history of involvement with all aspects of education. We Build Futures!

  • Neshaminy High School - Liaison: Ms. Michelle Burkholder


STylized lions profile with gold and navy coloring.

New Hope-Solebury School District is located in a small community in Eastern Pennsylvania.  The district is comprised of four schools, a High School(9-12), a Middle School(6-8), and Upper Elementary School (3-5) and a lower Elementary School(K-2). The district serves approximately 1400 students K-12.  The New Hope-Solebury School District is committed to engaging, enriching and empowering all students through a world-class education.

  • New Hope-Solebury High School - Liaison: Mr. Stephen Seier


Letter PSD between two swish design elements.Palisades School District is dedicated to providing a safe, enriching environment wherein all students can achieve college and career readiness, and demonstrate leadership skills.  Our rural district covers the townships of Bridgeton, Durham, Nockamixon, Springfield, Tinicum, and Riegelsville Borough, and serves almost 1600 students in grades K-12, in 5 schools.

  • Palisades High School - Liaison: Mrs. Amber Schlosser 


WOrds Pennsridg; Proud, principled, and prepared before a sihlouette of a rams head. aPennridge School District consists of 11 schools (7 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and 1 high school) with a total enrollment of approximately 7,100 for 2018-19. The District encompasses eight municipalities (boroughs of Dublin, Perkasie, Sellersville and Silverdale, townships of Bedminster, East Rockhill, Hilltown and West Rockhill).

  • Pennridge High School - Liaison: Mr. Chris Dyer

 

Emblem surrounded by an orange circle that says The Pennsbury School District Est. 1948.Pennsbury School District, with nearly 10,500 students has 10 elementary, 3 middle, and 1 high school.  The District draws students from the townships of Falls and Lower Makefield, and boroughs of Tullytown and Yardley.  We proudly prepare our students to become creative, ethical, and critical thinkers for lifelong success in a global society.

  • Afton Elementary School - Liaison: Mrs. Michele Scharf
  • Charles Boehm Middle School - Liaison: Mrs. Nicole Smith
  • Edgewood Elementary School - Liaison: Mrs. Nancy Axler
  • Eleanor Roosevelt Elementary School - Liaison: Ms. Lorraine Brut
  • Fallsington Elementary School - Liaison: Ms. Kristen Cahill
  • Makefield Elementary School - Liaison: Ms. Laurie Bloom
  • Oxford Valley Elementary School - Liaison: Mrs. Lori Frankel
  • Penn Valley Elementary School - Liaison: Mrs. Arlene Johnson
  • Pennsbury High School - Liaison: Mrs. Brooke Stoudt
  • Pennwood Middle School - Liaisons: Mr. Ryan Kennedy, Mrs. Meghan Hess
  • Quarry Hill Elementary School - Liaison: Mr. Rich Rebh, Mrs. Lindsey Goldman
  • Walt Disney Elementary School - Liaison: Ms. Lauren Gray
  • William Penn Middle School - Liaison: Mr. Vince Jones


Cougar climbing through the center of a captial Q.Quakertown Community School District sits in a mixed setting of suburban, rural and urban communities. The district population of just over 5,000 students enjoys a diverse curriculum that boasts the most Advanced Placement courses in PA, pre-engineering classes, a state champion music program, World Languages in K-12 and both pre-K and full-day K.

  • Neidig Elementary School - Liaison: Mr. Scott Godshalk
  • Pfaff Elementary School - Liaison: Dr. Orathia Bradley
  • Quakertown Community High School - Liaison: QCHS Career Pathways Team
  • Quakertown Elementary School - Liaison: Dr. Michael Zackon
  • Richard E. Strayer Middle School - Liaison: Dr. Jennifer Bubser
  • Richland Elementary School - Liaison: Mrs. Nicole Zuerblis
  • Sixth Grade Center - Liaison: Mr. Eric Thompson
  • The Academy at Quakertown - Liaison: Career Pathways Team
  • Trumbauersville Elementary School - Liaison: Mr. Adam Schmucker
Bucks County Career Technical Centers and Intermediate Unit:

Upper Bucks County Technical School (UBCTS) with an upper and lower design swish.Upper Bucks County Technical School (UBCTS) serves more than 700 students in grades 9–12 from the Palisades, Pennridge and Quakertown school districts. We offer 21 programs to secondary and adult students in the following areas of industry: Advanced Manufacturing, Agriculture, Arts & Communications, Construction, Health Sciences, Hospitality & Tourism, Law & Public Safety, and Transportation.

  • Liaison: Dr. Michael Herrera


MBIT with stylized siwsh and words Middle Bucks Institute of TechnologyMiddle Bucks Institute of Technology (MBIT) prepares both secondary and adult students for tomorrow’s emerging technologies by providing technical knowledge and skills to compete in a global marketplace and succeed in college. MBIT is a campus of Centennial, Central Bucks, Council Rock, and New Hope/Solebury School Districts with 22 different programs.

  • Liaisons: Dr. Pamela Swoyer and Dr. Thomas Gregor


BCTHS Bucks County Technical High School with globe and orbits.Bucks County Technical High School (BCTHS) is a state-of-the-art, comprehensive technical high school located in Fairless Hills, PA.  The school serves high school students and offers 28 different technical programs.  Students learn using industry-developed curriculum that integrates into academic courses, making them college and career ready.  BCTHS also provides training for adults.  

  • Liaisons: Mr. Ron Martino and Mr. Walt Hansell


Bucks County Intermediate Unit words below stick figures representing birth to adult, diversity and inclusiveness.The Bucks County Intermediate Unit (Bucks IU) is a regional educational service agency providing cost-effective, management-efficient programs to the public and private K-12 schools, school districts, and community of Bucks County.

  • Liaison: Dr. Rachel Holler

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