Nearly 3,400 guests and patrons visited the Berry Center for the annual College night in Cypress-Fairbanks ISD. College Night helps expose CFISD students and parents to more than 150 colleges and universities, technical and specialty schools and military academies and representatives.
CFISD organized this annual college night face to face as this was right after the COVID Pandemic where students were only allowed to visit campuses and talk to executives online. The event featured more than 150 colleges and universities, including military branches and technical schools which gave students a clearer understanding on how their future could look like. As a result of this event, students are able to then sign up and get more information for their future careers in military school or universities around the United States.
Bridgeland HS Senior Matteo Caruso Pernas said, “College Night is really valuable because even when I was a freshman my dad would encourage me and my brother to come out to events like this so we could get a better understanding of the schools around us. College Night has allowed me to explore for myself the world around me.”
Blog by: Cris Olvera, Go Public Intern
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