Livingston High School Announces Annual College and Career School Night

On Tuesday, April 27th from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Livingston High School will host the Annual College and Career School Night. This evening is co-sponsored by Livingston and Millburn High Schools. The College and Career School Night is primarily geared towards juniors and is an opportunity for many students to take the first step in making connections with a number of colleges and career schools which they may be considering for post-secondary options. There will be over 150 colleges, universities and career schools represented at the event.

Visitation begins at 7:30 p.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m. Information tables will be set up in the cafeteria in alphabetical order as well as in classrooms throughout the school. A map, as well as a complete listing of college attendees can be accessed through the Livingston and Millburn High School websites. Pamphlets with a map and the college listings will also be available that evening. Please go to the Livingston and Millburn Guidance websites for tips that will better prepare students and families for this evening.

For more information, you may contact Mrs. Phyllis Shandler in the Livingston High School Guidance Department at 973-535-8000 ext. 6931.

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