BHS College Fair draws big crowd
Sharon Treece and Brian Barker of Wells Fargo Bank congratulate seniors D'Ann Arnet, $250 scholarship; Jamison Landolt, $500 scholarship; and Cassie Henk, $250 scholarship; on winning scholarships provided by Wells Fargo through the "Banking on Our Future" scholarship program at the BHS College Fair on Oct. 16. BHS Counselors will follow up the College Fair with an informational session for parents and students on Thursday, Nov. 7 starting at 7 pm in the BHS Library. This free one hour crash course for parents will describe the various methods used to finance college costs and how to access all the resources available to make college more affordable. For more information on this free program, contact BHS Counselor Charlie Dickey at 830-796-6269 / firstname.lastname@example.org or Deeanna McLendon at 830-796-6268 / email@example.com .
Pictured: Juniors Ashley Hamill, center and Crystal Reavis, at right, listen to college recruiters from Texas Lutheran College in Seguin explain about the programs they offer.
Zachary Roberts, at left, and Cody Jacobson, center, take notes as they visit with the recruiter from Southwest Texas Junior College in Uvalde at the BHS College Fair.
The recruiter from Rice University explains to Junior Samuel Gostomski, standing, what is unique about the Rice program at the BHS College Fair on October 16.