Colleges, technical schools to attend fair at high school

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Posted 2/15/18

Representatives from two- and four-year colleges and universities and technical schools in Colorado and surrounding states will be on hand at the Elizabeth High School college fair, from 11 a.m. to 1 …

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Colleges, technical schools to attend fair at high school

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Representatives from two- and four-year colleges and universities and technical schools in Colorado and surrounding states will be on hand at the Elizabeth High School college fair, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 3 in the school's gymnasium.

In addition to talking with school representatives, information sessions on relevant topics for students making postsecondary plans will be presented.

The sessions include:

• Tips for preparing for the SAT, and resources offered by the College Board to support the college admission process, presented by Sarah Orlowski, Colorado senior director of the College Board.

• College entry essays can be critical components of college applications. Learn some tips from Brad Kloha, from the University of Colorado at Boulder, is an essay expert.

• Parents survival guide: Parents are critical to the decision-making process in choosing a college.  Cameron Simmons, from the University of Denver, will provide tips for parents on how to survive that search and application process.

• Western Undergraduate Exchange: Want to attend a school out-of-state?  WUE schools are great choices as they provide reasonable rates for non-resident students. Margo Colalancia, director of the Student Exchange of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, is the presenter.

The Elizabeth High School concessions stand will be open with student volunteers from the student council. In addition, the art club will host an art fair with student work for sale.

Sponsors of the fair are the Elizabeth Education Foundation, Safeway, Walmart, Means Agency/Farmers Insurance, Farm Bureau Insurance, McDonald's of Parker and Elizabeth Convenience (Shell Gas).

Contact Leanne Cook at Elizabeth High School at lcook@esdk12.org for information. For a video invite produced by EHS students/EZTV, click here, go to https://youtu.be/34XBAj-5Aks

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