Students from five high schools matched up with Universities, Technical schools, and five Military Branches at Marble Falls High School Tuesday morning to provide students with information to help them decide their best match for future career study.
“This is my 13th year helping to coordinate the Texas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (TACRAO) College Fair at MFHS,” said Counseling Secretary, Trish Walker. “It’s a pleasure to continue our long tradition of hosting this event so students have easy access to post graduation opportunities.”
"It is a huge benefit for MFHS students when we are able to host a college fair on our campus, but an even bigger benefit when almost 70 schools are in attendance,” said MFHS Principal, Manny Lunoff. “It allows our students the opportunity to speak directly with college representatives about options for higher education and also gives our students the opportunity to explore possibilities that would fit their needs for more specialized education or training once they graduate from high school. We’re very excited to be able to offer this opportunity to our students and I’d like to thank our MFHS counseling staff for all of their work to provide such a successful event for all!
Area students check out Military and Trade School choices as well as the University and College programs
In addition to the Juniors and Seniors at Marble Falls High School, students from Faith Academy, Falls Career High School, Johnson City High School, Llano High School, and Cherokee High School participated in the event at MFHS.
For more information about the career, scholarship, and post-secondary opportunities available to MFHS students, visit: http://mfhs.marblefallsisd.org/counseling.
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