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South Shore
Early College Consortium Superintendents

The Massachusetts South Shore region is built on collaboration and relationships, especially in Education.  The school district superintendents from Attleboro, Avon, Brockton, East Bridgewater, Easton, Hanover, Holbrook, King Philip Regional, Norton, and Taunton are the founding members of the South Shore Consortium.  Through our work the South Shore Consortium, will cultivate strong relationships with colleges and universities throughout the state to create a variety of early college opportunities for high school students designed to increase equity and accessibility.

SSEC District Liaisons

Our program prioritizes opportunities over boundaries and challenges our students to pursue a future beyond past expectations.  The SSEC envisions a learning environment that is inclusive, culturally responsive, and strength-based, where all students feel valued, supported, and encouraged to reach their highest aspirations. Our foundational principles guide the Early College to provide Equitable Access through Academic Pathways and a Robust Support System that prepares students to succeed in College and Career. Our District Liaisons work with our students to provide the best post secondary opportunities available.


    Josh Karten 

    SSEC Director 

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    Joe Connor


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    Diane Hill


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    Shawn Boone



    Cam Fox

    East Bridgewater

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    Jennifer Tantillo


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    Matt Plumber 


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    Marybeth Moriarty


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    Coming Soon

    King Phillip

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    Micheala Sirois


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    Gregory Gay


    We believe that every student deserves a personalized education that prepares them for success in college, career, and life, and we are committed to eliminating the systematic barriers that have historically prevented certain groups of students from realizing their full academic potential.

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