Logan County College Day 2021

Logan County College Day 2021
Posted on 09/23/2021
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Indian Lake High School upperclassmen made connections for their future at the 40th Annual Logan County College Day

The Midwest Regional Educational Service Center invited area high school juniors, seniors, and their parents to participate in the yearly event at Benjamin Logan High School. Students could meet with representatives from dozens of colleges, universities, technical schools and the US military to start planning for life after high school. 
High school students from Bellefontaine City, Benjamin Logan Local, Indian Lake Local, Ohio Hi Point Career Center, and Riverside Local Schools participated in this year's College Day
In addition, a panel made up of speakers from two-year, four-year, state and a private school in addition to military also presented to students about topics ranging from scholarships and financial aide to campus life.





The Midwest Regional Educational Service Center invites area high school juniors, seniors, and their parents to participate in the 40th Annual Logan County College Day September 22 from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. at Benjamin Logan High School.  High school students from Bellefontaine City, Benjamin Logan Local, Indian Lake Local, Ohio Hi Point Career Center, and Riverside Local Schools are participating in this first-rate educational opportunity where they will have the chance to explore two of the three Es--Enrolled and Enlisted. Students will have a chance to become Employed at an event last this school year. 

Representatives from colleges, universities, technical schools, and the US military will be available to meet with students between the hours of 8:30-11:00 a.m.  Each school will attend Logan County College Day during a prearranged time block.  Parents are encouraged to attend and should check with their student or call their high school guidance department for their school’s allotted time frame.


A panel made up of speakers from two-year, four-year, state and a private school in addition to military will speak to the students and describe the various educational options.  The high school students will have an opportunity for a short question and answer session with the speakers prior to meeting with admission counselors at the fair in the gymnasium.


Special thank you to Mary Rutan Hospital, Grand Rental and Easton Water Solutions for their continued support helping create opportunities for the students in Logan County.


For more information, please contact guidance counselors at the area high schools or Karen Sorreles at the Midwest Regional Educational Service Center, 599-5195 ext. 5506.