Heights High hosts Northeast Suburban College Fair on March 17
Cleveland Heights High School will host the 22nd annual Cleveland Northeast Suburban College Fair on Thursday, March 17, 7–8:30 p.m., in the gymnasiums at its Wiley campus, 2181 Miramar Blvd., in University Heights.
The College Fair is open to all local public, private and parochial students, and admission is free.
Guidance staff, admissions officers and alumni representatives from more than 100 colleges, universities and technical schools will be at the fair. Students and their families are invited to learn about student life, programs and majors, careers, admissions and financial aid.
“The college fair gives students a chance to begin the very important task of planning their futures,” said Michelle Phelps, career education coordinator. “The college fair is an important planning tool and the perfect opportunity for students and parents to talk one-on-one with college representatives at one location. Students are given a list of suggested questions to ask representatives, to help jump start the conversation and information gathering.”
Additional parking will be available in the staff parking lot, across Miramar Boulevard from the school grounds, accessible from the Target driveway.
For additional information, contact Michelle Phelps at 216-371-7149, or visit www.chuh.org/CareerDevelopment.aspx.
The Tri-Heights Career Development Program of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District and its consortium schools are sponsors of the 2016 Cleveland Northeast Suburban College Fair.
Joy Henderson is the parent/community liaison for Heights High.