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Juniors and families take first step toward college

Juniors and parents are invited to learn about the college application process at College Knowledge Night on Thursday, February 21.

Juniors and parents are invited to learn about the college application process at College Knowledge Night on Thursday, February 21.

Photo courtesy of Fr. Jim Lewis

Juniors and parents are invited to learn about the college application process at College Knowledge Night on Thursday, February 21.

Photo courtesy of Fr. Jim Lewis

Photo courtesy of Fr. Jim Lewis

Juniors and parents are invited to learn about the college application process at College Knowledge Night on Thursday, February 21.

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“College Knowledge Night,” to be held on February 21 at 5 p.m., is an important opportunity to get Mount Carmel students to the next level of their academic career. The program has been offered for over 12 years, providing parents and students with information about how to apply for financial help and much more.

The program will be presented by Mrs. Shanta’ Wheeler, MC College Counselor, and other members of the school’s Counseling Department, including Fr. Jim Lewis, Mrs. Abby Noha, and Mr. Jim Peltzer.  They will be joined by a panel of university representatives from the University of Louisville, Indiana State University. and the University of Maryland. The college representatives are there to give a first-hand idea of the process of getting into college.

Those unable to attend on Thursday evening can access important information on the MC website (mchs.org), or in the “Caravan to College” booklet distributed to juniors in Theology class last week.

 

 

 

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