College and Career Night gives students and families more information on post-secondary options
North Rose-Wolcott High School students and their families recently learned how to prepare for life after graduation at the school’s annual college and career night. The event featured sessions on college searches and applications, preparing ninth and tenth graders for college, financial aid, career decisions, community college and transfer opportunities, and SAT and ACT information.
Representatives from various universities and learning organizations visited the high school to discuss post-secondary options. High school counselors were also available to answer any questions about financing college.
High School Principal Brian Read thanked the presenters for visiting the high school.
“We’re very fortunate to have these presenters take the time to come out here,” said Read. “We hope that all of the students and the families learned a lot from them.”
Although college preparations typically don’t start until junior year, all high school students were encouraged to attend the event, which was free and open to the public.