Seniors share tips on college admissions process

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Seniors share tips on college admissions process

A group of senior took part in a panel hosted by NHS to inform underclasmen about college. “I honestly was thinking about myself when I was in that position as a sophomore to junior and how valuable would have been for me to have the opinion of seniors at Liberty High School when I was in the process of like applying for college,” NHS President, senior, Kennedy Williams said.

A group of senior took part in a panel hosted by NHS to inform underclasmen about college. “I honestly was thinking about myself when I was in that position as a sophomore to junior and how valuable would have been for me to have the opinion of seniors at Liberty High School when I was in the process of like applying for college,” NHS President, senior, Kennedy Williams said.

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A group of senior took part in a panel hosted by NHS to inform underclasmen about college. “I honestly was thinking about myself when I was in that position as a sophomore to junior and how valuable would have been for me to have the opinion of seniors at Liberty High School when I was in the process of like applying for college,” NHS President, senior, Kennedy Williams said.

Provided by Kennedy Williams

Provided by Kennedy Williams

A group of senior took part in a panel hosted by NHS to inform underclasmen about college. “I honestly was thinking about myself when I was in that position as a sophomore to junior and how valuable would have been for me to have the opinion of seniors at Liberty High School when I was in the process of like applying for college,” NHS President, senior, Kennedy Williams said.

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For the first time, the school’s chapter of the National Honor Society hosted a college admissions panel in the lecture hall from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Wednesday where underclassmen had the chance to receive advice and personalized information from seniors on campus.

“I think it’s good to hear what the application process is like especially for underclassmen,” counselor Andrea Douglas said. “They have no idea what to expect. I think that part of it will be beneficial.”

Organized by senior and NHS president Kennedy Williams, the panel will feature seven current NHS seniors to share their take on applying for college.

“I honestly was thinking about myself when I was in that position as a sophomore to junior and how valuable would have been for me to have the opinion of seniors at Liberty High School when I was in the process of like applying for college,” Williams said.

There will be another panel on March 27 with the the hope of reaching more students.

“I think it would be really helpful just to learn from the seniors since they’ve already done it before and gone through that process,” junior Elly Campbell said. “I feel like I can learn some tips and some easy ways to do it.”