High School Programs
In-School Youth Program
The In-School Youth Program is funded by the Bucks County Workforce Development Board and has been offered at the Bucks County Community College since 2013. This program assists eligible 12th grade students with the transition from high school to higher education or the workforce. Participants in the program learn employability skills and receive hands-on training. There are opportunities for earning industry credentials and if the participant enrolls at Bucks County Community College after high school graduation they have the potential to receive a free college credit. Classes are two days a week for the entire school year and are held at the local high schools and on the Gene and Marlene Epstein Lower Bucks Campus of the college.
Other High School Programs
Bucks County Community College partners with local high schools to create programs that ease the transition from high school to college. These success programs include information on admission, financial aid, career and leadership, placement testing (on site at the high school), and advising and registration (on site at the high school or at the Gene and Marlene Epstein Campus at Lower Bucks.)