Bosco Tech to Host Free College Fair on Oct. 2

Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) will host its annual college fair for local high school students and their parents on Tuesday, October 2, from 6 to 8 p.m. The complimentary event will feature representatives from public and private universities and colleges across the country.

“Being informed and planning ahead are crucial in making the right choices about colleges and degree options,” said Ray Chavez, Bosco Tech’s director of counseling. “Bosco Tech’s extensive college fair provides students with the opportunity to meet representatives from top schools, both public and private, in one convenient location. It’s the perfect setting for young people to ask questions, gather information, and explore their options.”

The event is sponsored by the Princeton Review. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and gourmet food trucks will be on site. Register to attend at www.boscotech.edu. For more information, contact Ray Chavez at rchavez@www.boscotech.edu, or Academic Counselor Paul Ortiz at portiz@www.boscotech.edu. The school is located at 1151 San Gabriel Boulevard in Rosemead.

Bosco Tech is an all-male Catholic high school that combines a rigorous college-preparatory program with a technology-focused education. The innovative curriculum allows students to exceed university admissions requirements while completing extensive integrated coursework in one of several applied science and engineering fields. On Niche.com’s list of top boys high schools and Catholic high schools in California and the U.S., Bosco Tech boasts a four-year college acceptance rate of 100 percent, with the majority of graduates pursuing STEM-related post-secondary majors and careers. Visit www.boscotech.edu  or call 626-940-2000 for more information.

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