A growing number of Northern Kentucky high school students are earning college credits through their schools' articulation agreements with the renowned culinary program at Sullivan University's National Center for Hospitality Studies. Sullivan - which opened a Northern Kentucky campus in Ft. Mitchell earlier this year - currently has articulation agreements with Highlands, Campbell County, Grant County, and Williamstown High Schools, and is working to forge similar agreements with other Northern Kentucky schools.
"Sullivan University has great opportunities and programs for high school students to take college classes at only the cost of books," said Katelyn Phillips, Family and Consumer Science Teacher at Campbell County High School. "Our students love taking the culinary arts classes offered at the high school. They get to learn trendy cooking techniques as well as operating a student-ran catering business for our school and community.
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