There are 13 public school districts in Bucks County.

Bensalem Township School District
Bensalem Township
K-12 Enrollment: 6,042

Bristol Township School District
Bristol Township

K-12 Enrollment: 6,311

Central Bucks School District
Buckingham Township, Chalfont Borough, Doylestown Borough, Doylestown Township, New Britain Borough, New Britain Township, Plumstead Township, Warrington Township, Warwick Township
K-12 Enrollment: 20,445

Morrisville Borough School District
Morrisville Borough
K-12 Enrollment: 844

New Hope-Solebury School District
New Hope Borough and Solebury Township
K-12 Enrollment: 1,553

Pennridge School District
Bedminster School District, Dublin Borough, East Rockhill School District, Hilltown Township, Perkasie Borough, Sellersville Borough, Silverdale Borough, West Rockhill Township
K-12 Enrollment: 7,226

Quakertown School District
Haycock Township, Milford Township, Quakertown Borough, Richland Township, Richlandtown Borough, Trumbauersville Borough
K-12 Enrollment: 5,453

Bristol Borough School District
Bristol Borough
K-12 Enrollment: 1,350

Centennial School District
Ivyland Borough, Upper Southampton Township, Warminster Township
K-12 Enrollment: 6,005

Council Rock School District
Newtown Borough, Newtown Township, Northampton Township, Upper Makefield
Township, Wrightstown Township
K-12 Enrollment: 12,395

Neshaminy School District
Hulmeville Borough, Penndel Borough, Langhorne Borough, Langhorne Manor 
Borough, Lower Southampton Township, Middletown Township
K-12 Enrollment: 8,806

Palisades School District
Bridgeton Township, Durham Township, Nockamixon Township, Springfield Township, Tinicum Township
K-12 Enrollment: 2,000

Pennsbury School District
Falls Township, Lower Makefield Township, Tullytown Borough, Yardley Borough
K-12 Enrollment: 11,050

In addition, there are 8 institutions of higher learning located in, or with campuses in, Bucks County, including:

Bucks County Community College

Campuses in Newtown, Bristol & Perkasie 

Holy Family College
 - Newtown Campus

Cairn University
 - Langhorne

Strayer University - Trevose

Delaware Valley College - Doylestown

LaSalle University - Newtown Campus

Philadelphia University - Trevose

There are 80 public and private colleges, universities, and other institutions in the Philadelphia region. Combined, these schools confer nearly 55,000 degrees each year. Beyond Bucks County, the Philadelphia region is home to many well-known colleges and universities, including:

Drexel University
Penn State University
Princeton University
Rutgers University
Temple University
University of Pennsylvania
Villanova University