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Annual October Event
October 7, 2015 @ Napa High

(Our NVUSD high schools take turns hosting the event)

Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity to hear directly from college representatives!  All area high school students and their parents are welcome to attend!

27 colleges, universities and organizations will be present - Breakout sessions include topics such as:  financial aid, new SAT format, how to choose a college, career-tech education, specific college information, transition from a 2-year to 4-year college, affording a private college, military options, ROTC, and military academies.

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