Marywood University Launches Partnership with Holy Cross High School
Published on Thu, July 22, 2010
Marywood University launched a partnership with Holy Cross High School, Dunmore, PA, offering students the opportunity to take advanced-level and college-credit courses starting this summer.
The Immaculate Heart of Mary Honors Program is the first of its kind and includes college-level courses, workshops, community outreach projects, and mentoring programs for high-achieving students. Students will choose a concentration in Liberal Arts, Mathematics, or Science and will be recommended into the program upon completion of their freshmen year. Each summer, students will partake in projects and classes on and off campus. Participating students can receive up to 19 full college credits and will be an awarded a diploma "with distinction" upon completion.
Bottom row (left to right):
Sister Anne Munley, I.H.M., Ph.D., President, Marywood University; Mr. James Marcks, Principal, Holy Cross High School; Ms. Kathleen P. Hanlon, Diocesan Secretary for Catholic Schools/Superintendent of Schools
Top row: (left to right): Mr. Charles Buzad, Vice Principal, Holy Cross High School;
Mr. John Lukasik, Guidance Counselor, Holy Cross High School; Sister Ellen Maroney, I.H.M., Vice Principal, Holy Cross High School; Sister Catherine Luxner, I.H.M., Director of Campus Ministry, Marywood University; Ms. Ann Boland-Chase, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Marywood University