IT News Wire
IUSD has a relentless commitment to ensuring College and Career readiness is afforded to all students, as they recently hosted the National College Resource Foundation’s Historic Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Caravan Tour Jan. at Crozier Middle School’s gymnasium.
All IUSD high school students had the opportunity to meet with admission representatives. The caravan tour provided IUSD students with the opportunity to explore a variety of post-secondary career options, while gaining knowledge around financial aid and admission processes. Furthermore, on the spot admission and scholarship opportunities were available for 12th grade students.
“The District has a relentless commitment to ensuring College and Career readiness is afforded to all students through their instruction, guided support of their teachers and counselors, and college bound culture across all TK-12 schools”, said Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Bernadette Lucas.
IUSD District leadership, staff, and community members gathered to enjoy a day with students, as they explored and became inspired by the various college opportunities that are available to them.