College Fair takes place at Greenbrier High School

It was crowded room only as students and parents asked questions of 46 Admissions Counselors, Recruiters, and trade school representatives who attended College Fair Day at Greenbrier High School. Juniors and seniors and their parents asked many questions to try to narrow the field of choices for their futures while representatives tried to keep up with the crowded tables of people.

Josh Rauls of University of Central Arkansas said the response was “tremendous, high volume, great! The students were asking all kinds of questions about the programs of study, student life and activities and study abroad.”

Kim Hebel of Greenbrier’s Counseling Department said, “We are very pleased to let the kids see their options and hope this opens their eyes to all that is available. We want them to come away with more questions so our team can follow up with every student later with computer labs and individual searches.” Christie Burns and Debbie Hogan are also on the GHS Counseling Team to help students make good decisions by November. GHS has offered a College Fair Day for many years. “We want all students to have the option to go on to college if that is their wish.”



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