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The tri-state area boasts a variety of private, public and charter schools from preschool through community college level. Mohave Community College is a two-year, fully accredited public college serving more than 10,000 students at its four campuses, including the Bullhead City campus at 3400 Highway 95.

The college offers associate of arts, science and business degrees that transfer to universities as the first two years of a bachelor’s degree. MCC also offers a wide variety of career/technical degree programs. Among those offered on the Bullhead City campus are: dental hygiene, dental assisting, automotive collision repair, automotive service technology, paralegal, pharmacy technology, nursing, medical assisting and paramedic/EMT. In the fall of 2012, radiologic technology will be added at the Bullhead City campus.

The local MCC campus is also home to a satellite campus of Northern Arizona University, offering advanced degrees in many areas of study.

The river cities’ first vocational nonprofit charter school, Academy of Building Industries, is located in Fort Mohave. Vocational trade courses offered include carpentry, air conditioning and heating, computer-aided drafting, plumbing, welding and electrical. The school accepts both male and female students from 14 through 21 years of age.

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