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National College Fair Information

                                    Saturday, April 5…1-4 pm  EVERYONE IS WELCOME

megaphonebeeto attend the National College Fair

at the Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, OH.

For more information visit

www.nationalcollegefairs.org or e-mail ncf@nacacnet.org

 P S E O  MANDATORY  MEETING  

If you are going to be a high school student next year you may qualify to take college classes during the school day through the PSEO (Post Secondary Enrollment Option)  program. The first step is to learn about the PSEO program.  Ohio law states that you and one parent/guardian must attend the meeting if you plan to participate. If you are interested please  attend the MANDATORY PSEO Informational Meeting in the Bethel auditorium Wednesday, March 5, at 6:30 pm! Adjust your schedule accordingly if you have a conflict with work or activities, as the meeting is mandated by Ohio law.  If think you might be interested next year but you aren’t sure yet, please plan to attend the meeting.

Ohio Department of Education

PSEO – ACT/SAT

Students who intend to participate in PSEO next year may need an ACT or SAT score as part of the application process.  Check in the Counseling office or check college websites for your college’s requirement.  March 7th is the deadline to register for the April ACT!  Begin the registration PROCESS today at www.act.org

Horizons in Medicine

 Over the last 35 summers, the Horizons in Medicine program at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine has offered local high school students the opportunity to see first hand the science and delivery of health care that forms the foundation of a career in medicine.

In this unique program students can begin to prepare for careers in science and health care, get shadowing experience and earn a college scholarship. Students who will have completed their junior year of high school and taken chemistry by the time the program begins are encouraged to apply.

During the program, students spend mornings in classrooms and laboratories at Wright State, where they are introduced to subjects such as anatomy, biochemistry and physiology. They spend afternoons shadowing in hospitals, community clinics and other clinical sites throughout the community. Attendance is required from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. All students who successfully complete the Horizons program receive one-year full tuition scholarships to Wright State University.

For more information use this link.