150 CBSD STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN PACKING EVENT FOR FOOD RELIEF ORGANIZATION

Central Bucks stu­dents, 75 from Central Bucks High School West and 75 from Lenape Middle School, par­tic­i­pat­ed in the Feed My Starving Children event at Delaware Valley University.

Teams of stu­dents hand packed meals that will be dis­trib­uted to chil­dren around the world by Feed My Starving Children®, is a non­prof­it … Read more...

Central Bucks Students Study in Spain

More than 100 Central Bucks High School stu­dents and their chap­er­ones vis­it­ed Salamanca, Segovia, Ávila, Toledo and Madrid!

As part of the “Study Abroad: Spain,” course, 117 CBSD stu­dents trav­eled to Spain. Each stu­dent attend­ed four manda­to­ry night ses­sions and con­duct­ed research on a top­ic of their choice relat­ing to … Read more...

Central Bucks Students Take Part in Annual Business Simulation

During a two-day event, about 50 advanced place­ment eco­nom­ics and busi­ness stu­dents from all three Central Bucks School District (CBSD) high schools (CB East, CB South, and CB West) gath­er in a con­fer­ence room with more than a dozen men­tors. They man­age a sim­u­lat­ed for-profit stu­dent com­pa­ny, … Read more...

Central Bucks Students Graduate from Biotech Center Program

Students, sci­en­tists, par­ents, donors, school offi­cials, and oth­er invit­ed guests gath­ered in a con­fer­ence room at the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center to hon­or “grad­u­ates” of the part­ner­ship pro­gram between the cen­ter and Central Bucks School District (CBSD). Each of the pro­gram’s par­tic­i­pants were induct­ed into the Blumberg Alumni Association.… Read more...

Central Bucks Hosts Celebration of Schools Event

Nearly 400 stu­dents, teach­ers, par­ents, com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers, admin­is­tra­tors, and invit­ed guests attend­ed Superintendent Dr. John Kopicki’s inau­gur­al “Celebration of Our Schools” event. 

Held at CB South High School, the event kicked off with a show­case of instruc­tioal tech­nol­o­gy and stu­dent art in the South audi­to­ri­um lob­by. More than 183 indi­vid­ual … Read more...