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4,000 parents and students attend Hart district fair

Posted: September 27, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Updated: September 27, 2011 1:55 a.m.

West Ranch High School senior Robert Gammariello and his mother, Anne, visit the UCLA table for admission requirements at the William S. Hart Union High School District’s College & Career Fair on Sept. 7 at West Ranch High School. More than 4,000 parents and students attended the free event.

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More than 4,000 parents and students attended the William S. Hart Union High School District’s College & Career Fair on Sept. 7 at West Ranch High School. The fair was established to assist students with the step of drafting a career plan to be followed while making post-secondary education decisions.

Admissions representatives from close to 100 two- and four-year California colleges and universities, career colleges such as ITT Tech and many out-of-state schools were in attendance, distributing literature, providing information and answering questions of college and career-bound students. Career preparation, apprenticeship program, law enforcement and military representatives were also on hand to answer questions about their educational opportunities.

Workshops on a variety of topics of interest to students and parents about college admissions, financial aid and community college programs and transfers were at capacity and a two-part workshop was held in Spanish that covered all aspects of learning about post-secondary educational opportunities and admissions information.

The Hart School District’s goal it is to prepare all of its students for their post-high school education. The District serves students interested in all education options including universities, community colleges, such as College of the Canyons, and career technical education programs, as well as apprenticeship programs.

The Hart district was selected to be a stop on the college fair circuit produced by the Intersegmental Coordinating Committee, of the California Education Round Table, serving students across the state with the goal of “All students will meet high academic standards such that they will be prepared for subsequent success in education or the workplace without the need for remediation in core academic disciplines.”

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