Howell High School’s annual College and Technical Education Night
will be held Tuesday, Sept. 27 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the school’s
cafeteria and commons area. The event is open to all Howell High School
students and parents. More than 50 colleges, universities, technical
schools and the armed forces have already signed up to attend.
annual College Night provides students with an opportunity to interact
with representatives from various post-secondary institutions. These
representatives can answer questions about the application process,
admission requirements, academic programs and costs,” said Jason
Schrock, Howell High School principal. “It is a wonderful opportunity
for students and their parents to learn about the higher education
options available to them. I strongly encourage all of our students and
parents to consider attending.”
New this year, students can
complete a student profile at www.gotocollegefairs.com before College
Night. Once the student completes their profile, they will receive a QR
code that college representatives will be able to scan, giving them
access to the student’s profile on the spot. This will allow for more
meaningful conservations between students and college representatives.
are still sending in their reservations for Howell High School’s
College and Technical Education Night; however school officials expect
about 60 to 70 post-secondary institutions to be present.