Middlesex County Arts High School's application deadline has been extended to 11/30.
See Mrs. Roczey with any questions.
The Middlesex County Arts High School Administrator will be coming on Tuesday, October 25th at 1:00 pm to speak to all students who are interested in learning more about their Arts program. The program is geared to any student who is interested in working with a professional in the visual, literacy, and performing arts and wants to improve in their chosen art form. The information session will explain the program and answer any questions you might have. For some classes you can even receive college credit! See your counselor for a pass.
We would love to see your journey. Post a picture and comment on Twitter as you go through your post-graduation plans, whether it is visiting a school or working on an application. Every picture you post on Twitter, using #BarronGoals, allows you an opportunity to win a financial award. Good luck!
Below is a message from Rutgers promoting their school of engineering program. We encourage students from all grades to visit schools and explore the college selection process early. Also visit the link, http://njsca.org/college-open-houses, to get a list of schools with Open Houses.
Message from Rutgers:
We are pleased to inform you that
registration is now open for School of Engineering tours for the month of
November. These will be the final set of tours for the fall semester. We will
resume our tours in February.
On Friday, November 4
and Friday, November 18
tours begin at 10 a.m. at the Visitor
Center with an admissions information session, followed by a five-campus
bus tour. During the bus tour, families will be able to view one of the
first-year residence halls on the Busch Campus. They will also break for
lunch (on their own) before heading to the school-specific portion of the day
at 1:15 p.m. A detailed itinerary is provided once registered.
On Thursday, November 10
the tour will begin at 1 p.m. at the Visitor Center and will include an
Engineering Dean's Overview, Student Panel, and an engineering departmental
visit. Again, a detailed itinerary will be provided once registered.
Elks application must be submitted online by November 30th. Please make sure to look over the application to know the requirements. Every senior should absolutely try turning one in! Scholarship ranges from $1,000 - $50,000. Every year many Woodbridge High School seniors win an award.
For the application and to learn more information, visit their website at enf.elks.org/mvs .
Also don't forget to check other scholarship opportunities under the Guidance tab.