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Education Feature | January 17, 2017
Edinboro University
EDINBORO Edinboro University offers quality and value in an exceptional higher education experience.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017
St. Wendelin School
EAST BUTLER St. Wendelin School, the oldest in the Diocese of Pittsburgh, has been providing quality Christian education since 1845. It is one of the few with steady enrollment growth over the past five years.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017
St. Joseph High School
NATRONA HEIGHTS Saint Joseph High School has maintained a reputation for academic excellence within a family-like environment for over 100 years and has been named a Catholic School of Excellence since 2006.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017
University of Pittsburgh-Bradford
BRADFORD You expect to get a lot out of your college experience. And you should.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
BETTER BEHAVIOR
High school students train abandoned dogs, give them a second chance at life
MIAMI — This year at Felix Varela Senior High School, there were six new students in Yleana Escobar's veterinary science program. And, as newcomers, some of them had a hard time adjusting. One student refused to interact with his peers. Others acted out, jumping on desks and refusing to sit still.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
KEEN SPIRIT
High school student-athletes maintain focus
Butler County student-athletes are balancing brawn on the playing field with brains in the classroom.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
CWNC starts new class
CRANBERRY TWP — A new computer science course recently approved by the College Board of Education is making waves at Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017
Sewickley Academy
SEWICKLEY — Come see Sewickley Academy, ranked the 2017 Best Private K-12 School in the Pittsburgh Metro area by niche.com.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017
Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School
CRANBERRY TWP — Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles is one of the newest AP courses that College Board has approved. It is a quick-paced and rigorous class in terms of the content, readings and research, but has been designed in such a way that students do not need an introductory CS class to take it.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017
Butler County Community College
BUTLER — Butler County Community College has 36 career programs, 18 transfer programs, and 19 certificates in the areas of business, health care, humanities and social sciences, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017
Could meditation curb teen violence?
CHICAGO — Teens shuffle into the classroom, backpacks slung over shoulders and earbuds dangling. Jokes among friends fly as the students plop into desks arranged neatly in rows.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017 Butler Eagle Online
Butler Catholic School
BUTLER — A collaboration of technology and art at Butler Catholic School resulted in strengthened family bonds.

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Education Feature | January 17, 2017
Butler Beauty Academy
Butler Beauty Academy on Main Street is owned by Linda L. McCarren.

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Education Feature | December 3, 2016
Practice questions for college interview
Sweaty palms, churning stomach and the deer-in-the-headlights look are common anticipated experiences for high school seniors when approaching their first college interview. But, truth be told, most interviews go exceedingly well, and students walk away pleased with the way they expressed who they are and what they’re looking for in a college.

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Education Feature | September 24, 2016
Good, bad risky essays
If they made a movie about nailing the perfect admissions essay, the title might be: “The Good, the Bad and the Risky.”

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Education Feature | August 6, 2016
Colleges offer orientation programs for parents
It used to be that parents packed up the station wagon, drove their son or daughter to college, unloaded the boxes, made their bed, kissed them goodbye, shed a few tears and headed home.

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Education Feature | August 1, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
Freeport class hits history high note
BUFFALO TWP — For high school students in advanced placement (AP) classes, scoring well on the College Board’s end-of-the-year test for college credit can be quite nerve-racking. But all 16 students in AP World History at Freeport High School ended up scoring in the two highest categories.

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Education Feature | August 1, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
Home-school summers vary
While students enrolled in traditional private or public schools typically have the summer off, students who are home-schooled can have varied schedules, depending on the needs of each family.

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Education Feature | August 1, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
SAE aims to build interest in science
MARSHALL TWP, Allegheny County — Even students who don't go on to become scientists or engineers can benefit from being engaged in science projects.

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Education Feature | August 1, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
View of the World
BUTLER TWP — Some students may dread English class in school, but others jumped at the opportunity to spend a week at Butler County Community College’s Kids on Campus program learning about one of their favorite series, “The Hunger Games.”

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
Experience Extended
At the Center Avenue Community School, students from seventh to 12th grades learn on the job through the school's Community-Based Vocational Training program.

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
Jennings center has natural focus
BRADY TWP — The Jennings Environmental Education Center offers a variety of hands-on educational programs and activities for students of all ages, especially those in middle or high school.

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016 Butler Eagle Online
Students get on track with apprenticeships
HARMAR TWP, Allegheny County — When Tyler Kaufman, 20, of Chicora vacations in Orlando someday, he's going to see his handiwork.

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016
BC3
Butler County Community College has 36 career programs, 18 transfer programs, and 19 certificates in the areas of business, health care, humanities and social sciences, and STEM.

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016
Butler Catholic School
Individual attention from caring, committed teachers is critical to academic success.

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016
Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic
At Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School, students are being provided with thought-provoking Career Development programs aimed at early engagement with companies and employees to have a meaningful impact on how students think about their future.

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016
Edinboro University
A passion for student success, a comprehensive catalog of program offerings and a supportive yet challenging academic environment define the Edinboro University experience.

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016
Sewickley Academy
The bright one, the quiet one, the wise one, the curious one, the always-singing-and-dancing one, the doer, the dreamer, the thinker, the leader.

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016
St. Gregory School
Have you been back-and-forth about where to send your child for the 2016-17 school year?

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016
University of Pittsburgh
Looking to continue or complete a degree? Enter or re-enter the work force? Change or advance your career?

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Education Feature | April 19, 2016
PA Cyber
Serving students in kindergarten through 12th grade, the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, PA Cyber, is one of the largest, most experienced, and most successful online public schools in the nation.

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