This month our junior class has a terrific opportunity to refine their college search.  We will attend a College Planning Day event coordinated by The Washington Council on High School-College Relations (WCHSCR).

Attendees will go to four 30-minute presentations.  In addition to college presentations, there may be a financial aid workshop and a tour of our host college as options during presentation times.  Each student self-selects his/her four presentations.

All of our students are urged to apply to at least one in-state school.  Even if your student wants to attend college out of state, this event is a great way to learn more about college admissions, types of colleges, and the kinds of questions to ask in a college search.

On College Planning Day, students should dress for success and treat their sessions like job interviews as they consider their conduct and comments.  Students will be given time to eat lunch at school, but may want to bring a lunch from home as we may return after lunch has been served.  If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know.  I am here to help.

Carla Boone

College/Career Specialist

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