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College Fair Helps Students Narrow Down Choices
Written by Phyllis Smith
Last updated on September 27, 2013 @ 7:17PM
Created on September 27, 2013 @ 5:29PM

High school students from across the state got the opportunity to check out some colleges and they didn't have to travel far.

Davis and Elkins College hosted a college fair to help these students make one of the biggest decisions in their life.

Nearly 700 high school juniors and senior got to check out colleges, both in state and out of state. There were also booths for technical schools.

They could even sign up to join the Army at this fair. Organizers said it's a good way to help students who are torn between what school to pick by helping them narrow down the choices.

The fair also helps get them in the right frame of mind for thinking about the future.

High school senior Justin Propst said, "I like being able to talk about what major I'm interested in, specifically with people here that can teach me more about it. It helped me decide which college I want to go to."

Students certainly had a lot to choose from. Over 40 different college booths were there.

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