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Kade Fisher
Board full of different colleges and opportunities on different things related to college and school.

As winter break ends and students start preparing for numerous different tests like the SAT, ASVAB, and other standardized tests, some senior students start to look at different colleges they would want to attend to further their education and career in the field they want to master. A lot of senior students start looking at colleges when they’re juniors and when they are seniors they start taking visits to different colleges during the school day or afterwards. A lot of people also talk to their counselors for guidance and support on where to go for college, trade school, military, etc. and just what would be best for their skills in general. Seniors also discuss many great ways to get scholarships and other financial support for what they want to do in the future.

Senior Brooklynn Melady said, “I’d want to go to a trade school and attend the Tricoci University of Beauty,” after being asked what she’d like to do after high school.

Senior Avery Thompson answered, “I’d like to go to Saint Francis University in Fort Wayne.”

Many different seniors want to do many different things after high school with these two being some of the more common ones, with many seniors choosing college and trade schools after high school.

On Tuesday, February 20 at 6:00 PM in the MHS auditorium, there will be a FAFSA night. FAFSA is a financial aid program that students can apply for to help them in their college career. Financial Aid Night Counseling and INvestEd representatives will be available for information and assistance with the application process, students are highly encouraged to come and apply. Whether a student wants to attend college in the fall after high school, attend trade school, or anything along those lines, the FAFSA program can help assist those goals in any way necessary.

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Kade Fisher
Kade Fisher, Pulse Reporter
Kade Fisher joined the MHS Student Media team in 2022. Besides being on the student media staff, Kade enjoys playing volleyball and hanging out with friends.
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