More than 150 Harborfields High School students looking to get a head start on college planning attended the school’s first-ever virtual college fair on March 22. The event offered students and their families a chance to personally connect with representatives from more than 100 colleges and universities across the country. Scheduled time slots, allowed students the unique opportunity to participate in live one-on-one conversations with representatives from their preferred college or university
Students were also encouraged to attend workshops, covering important topics such as the college search process, admissions, financial aid, including grants and scholarships and standardized testing.
“This was such a wonderful opportunity for our students to ask questions and learn more about colleges from all around the country,” according to Harborfields High School counselor Jaclyn Best.