Wayne County Students Attend College Fair

Wayne County High School students recently attended a College Fair at The Center for Rural Development. In addition the counselor’s office hosted Parent Night for students and parents to learn more about different colleges and trade schools to help determine seniors future educational plans. Planning starts early, as counselors share expectations for high school when students are still in middle school.

Four WCHS students discuss future opportunities at College Fair

(left to right:) Christopher Sloan, Trevet Smith, Ethan Burnette and Aaron Hesse, along with many more of their peers attended the Center for Rural Development College Fair during the school day.

 Parents Night

Parents Night

Parents and students attended this informative meeting regarding college planning recently.

A family enjoyed gaining information about college planning

(l-r:) Missy Pedigo, Senior Lucas Pedigo and Reggie Pedigo attended the meeting.

Three moms learned information on college planning

WCHS Senior Moms Robin West, Jill Keith, and Amy Gregory attended the helpful event.

Counselor Tiffani Bertram shared information

WCHS Counselor Tiffani Bertram assisted parents attending the meeting.

8th Graders introduced to WCHS last spring

Each year, WCHS Counselor Tiffani Bertram shares all kinds of requirements, attendance, pathways, scheduling, and information about attending high school with middle school students to make a smoother transition for them.

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