Abington Heights High School students attend University of Success program at University of Scranton


Abington area residents were among 22 rising ninth-grade students who completed The University of Scranton’s University of Success summer institute,which was held on campus in July. The two-week summer institute is the initial event for incoming members of the University of Success, a four-year, pre-college mentorship program. From left, Andrea Mantione, director of the Leahy Community Health and Family Center; Robert Orr, Abington Heights High School student; Destiny Moon, Abington Heights High School student and Margaret Loughney, University of Success program director.


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Abington area residents were among 22 rising ninth-grade students who completed The University of Scranton’s University of Success summer institute,which was held on campus in July. The two-week summer institute is the initial event for incoming members of the University of Success, a four-year, pre-college mentorship program. From left, Andrea Mantione, director of the Leahy Community Health and Family Center; Robert Orr, Abington Heights High School student; Destiny Moon, Abington Heights High School student and Margaret Loughney, University of Success program director.

Abington area residents were among 22 rising ninth-grade students who completed The University of Scranton’s University of Success summer institute,which was held on campus in July. The two-week summer institute is the initial event for incoming members of the University of Success, a four-year, pre-college mentorship program. From left, Andrea Mantione, director of the Leahy Community Health and Family Center; Robert Orr, Abington Heights High School student; Destiny Moon, Abington Heights High School student and Margaret Loughney, University of Success program director.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_ABJ-U-of-Success.jpgAbington area residents were among 22 rising ninth-grade students who completed The University of Scranton’s University of Success summer institute,which was held on campus in July. The two-week summer institute is the initial event for incoming members of the University of Success, a four-year, pre-college mentorship program. From left, Andrea Mantione, director of the Leahy Community Health and Family Center; Robert Orr, Abington Heights High School student; Destiny Moon, Abington Heights High School student and Margaret Loughney, University of Success program director. Submitted photo
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