10 Many years of Collaborative Greater Knowledge Celebrated in Southern W.Va.

It’s been 10 years since The Erma Byrd Middle opened in Raleigh County. Condition authorities, learners, faculty and community members collected at the Focus on Friday to celebrate the birthday.
The Erma Byrd Middle, was West Virginia’s first collaborative higher education campus. The Middle provides sessions and student services from Bluefield Condition Higher education, Harmony School and Marshall School.
According to a information launch from the Greater Knowledge Policy Commission, a number of state and college authorities attended the case including HEPC Chancellor, Paul Hill.
A information launch says more than 1,100 learners are enrolled to attend the complicated for the upcoming Fall 2017 semester. The Complex provides degree applications in a number of fields.
Students attending the case were eligible to apply for more than $30,000 in grants.
Bluefield Condition, Harmony and the Greater Knowledge Foundation each provided ten $1,000 grants in recognition of the ten-year birthday.
Officials also collected items for a time capsule with plans to open it on the Center’s 20th birthday.
For more information about the applications, sessions and resources provided in the middle, here.