College 101: Tools for all future paths


The 2017 College 101 event is Wednesday, March 29th at 6:30 pm in the High School Library.   

Everything you need to know about the admissions process from college reps and school counselors for grades for students grades 9th, 10th, and 11th. After the general college information about the college search, application timeline, and college entrance essay writing, there will be breakout sessions for students and families by grade:

“How to Make the Common App ‘Not So Common”  For 11th graders planning on attending a 4 year college about the components of applying to college, and more details about what and to include in applications.

“Become a Star applicant”  For 9th &10th graders who have a strong idea about what they want to study in college, this session will reveal what college admission reps look for beyond grades and GPA.

“New Economy, New Skills: What Success Looks like in the 21st Century” For 9th, 10th, & 11th graders who aren’t sure of their career path, this session will explore skill-based jobs that are in high demand in Lancaster County and how to get training for the future.

College 101 logoOther opportunities for students to explore career options are Career Seminars (throug-out the year), Financial Aid Night (in the Fall) and FAFSA Completion night for seniors (in the Fall).


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