College fair offers wide range of options


Elijah May

North Penn students and families attend the annual college fair a NPHS last Thursday

TOWAMENCIN- College is one of the many things on the minds of high school students, and with the PACAC, or Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling, college fair finding one that fits you doesn’t have to be a challenge. That said, there is a wide selection of schools that range from having a variety of majors like Villanova, or more technical schools like Full Sail University, more local schools like Temple, to schools all the way in California like UCSC. The college fair was hosted at North Penn High School on October 11th 2018, and was an event to help all kinds of students.

“This gives students a good opportunity to see all the different kinds of schools and what they offer. Big schools, small schools, or even the schools that are two thousand miles away. This event is here to show students what all of them have to offer.” explained Mr. Patrick Brett, director of the North Penn College and Career center.

College is a ,ajor step in furthering a student’s education and many students, from seniors to sophomores, tried to take advantage of an opportunity by attending the college fair. Each student got to see schools that interested them and would take them to where they want to be in life.

“When you know what major your taking, you can find out what school is best for you. When you know, it’s easier to go up to each stand and ask more about what major your interested in.” said North Penn senior Cheyenne Cravener.

The PACAC College fair is a great opportunity for students and even if you missed it you can stop by room K-31, the college and career center, if you at all have any questions relating to applying to or finding a college right for you.