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UHS, MHS acknowledged for getting their college students to school

Morgantown and College excessive colleges could also be rivals in sports activities – however the two colleges are on the identical crew relating to getting ready their college students for the subsequent step after they graduate.

Each have been lauded final week by the West Virginia Greater Training Coverage Fee for his or her work in serving to highschool seniors – their households, too – make that leap to school freshman.

MHS and UHS have been amongst 45 colleges throughout the state the fee acknowledged at its “Champion of School Entry and Success” ceremony in Charleston.

Preston County Excessive and Fairmont Senior have been additionally named from the area.

To be thought of, a faculty should supply a “faculty utility and exploration week,” together with a specifically designated faculty choice day exercise – plus instruction on methods to correctly fill out a federal scholar assist utility.

Monongalia County Faculties historically are within the high of the state for its numbers of scholars who go to school the autumn after their highschool commencement.

In keeping with the latest knowledge from the fee, 54.9% of Monongalia college students from the Class of 2022 enrolled as faculty freshmen.

That put the native county behind Putnam and Jefferson’s faculty districts that 12 months.

Pursuing studying after highschool – be it faculty or profession coaching – isn’t nearly mental enlightenment, mentioned Sarah Armstrong Tucker, the state’s chancellor for increased schooling.

It’s about incomes energy, too, she mentioned.

The chancellor broke it down in the course of the Charleston ceremony.

“Because the skilled panorama in West Virginia and throughout the nation adjustments,” she mentioned, “it’s critical that college students have some form of post-secondary schooling or coaching.”

That’s additionally a tie-in to an initiative launched by Gov. Jim Justice referred to as “West Virginia’s Climb” – which goals to have some 60% of the state’s workforce boasting a proper schooling credential past highschool by 2030.

Mon’s district, in the meantime has its toes in each camps.

The upper-than-average college-going fee right here can be augmented by plans to have a standalone highschool devoted solely to STEM – science, expertise, engineering and math pursuits – additionally open for enterprise, by the top of the last decade.

“Our motivation is to get our youngsters into post-secondary studying, whether or not it’s a technical program or a school classroom,” Donna Talerico, Mon’s deputy superintendent of colleges, mentioned not too long ago.

“The objective is to get them educated for a paycheck.”