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11th Grade Virtual College Information Night: Feb. 9

On Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. the Counseling Department will host this second workshop of a series designed to help juniors and their families engage in and think about the college application process. A panel-style event where representatives from a variety of colleges work in concert with Counseling Department Director, Mark Pichette to cover topics such as: the application process and timeline, financial aid, scholarships, student support services, and much more.



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