SPOTSWOOD, NJ - When should parents begin planning for college? Pre-school? Now, don't panic. Most families don't set the planning stages in motion when their youngsters are still potty training. However, once high school hits it is time. Sure, the process from choosing an affordable college with a good program to navigating the tests students need to take to the often overwhelming realm of financial aide can be stressful and confusing to say the least. To help with the daunting process, Spotswood High School is offering Junior College Planning Night on Monday, January 9 from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the Spotswood High School Media Center. The event is for sophomores and juniors as well as their parents.
Spotswood High School To Offer College Planning Night
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