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Bard Partners with D.C. Schools on New Early College

Students at the opening of BHSEC Baltimore in 2015.
Bard College and the District of Columbia are partnering to open a new Bard High School Early College next fall that will allow students to graduate from high school with a two-year associate’s degree. The city hopes a liberal arts college curriculum can boost the performance of high school students living in neighborhoods with the District’s highest dropout rates and meet families’ demands for more rigorous education options in poorer areas of the city.

Read the full article by Perry Stein in the Washington Post.

Read the announcement from the office of D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser.
Post Date: 10-17-2018