Monday, July 14, 2014

2014 College Nights to be held at Spring Woods High School

College Nights 2014, a two-evening informational program designed especially for district high school students and their families, will be presented Oct. 7-8 at Spring Woods High School located at 2045 Gessner.

The popular College Nights programs are designed as one-stop “shopping” and learning events. These programs will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 7-8. Students should attend the program on the evening assigned to their high school. Students may register prior to the event to obtain a printable bar code for sharing information with colleges and programs of interest.

Tuesday, Oct. 7, 6-8 p.m. Students from Stratford and Spring Woods high schools and Westchester Academy for International Studies are encouraged to attend on this evening.

Wednesday, Oct. 8, 6-8 p.m. Students from Memorial and Northbrook high schools and the district’s Academy of Choice program should plan to attend this second evening session.

During College Nights programs, hundreds of representatives from regional, state and national colleges and universities – both public and private – share information with students and family members about college cost, size, undergraduate majors offered and the application process. In addition, many technical training colleges and military-related institutions will be available to share detailed information about their programs.

Students and families will have access to information about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for those interested in college financial aid. Computers stations will be available for students who wish to apply for the Federal Student Aid PIN (FAFSA PIN), which is used to electronically apply for federal student aid.

Under the Spring Branch Plan, the school district is committed to doubling the number of graduates completing military training, a technical certificate, two-year or four-year degree.

For more information on College Nights 2014, please visit the district website at Students and families seeking additional guidance should contact their high school counselor.
Spring Branch ISD Media Contact: Steve Brunsman at 713-251-2465.

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For more details and updates on SBISD campus information, please visit your child’s campus website or the district website at

Spring Branch ISD Media Contact: Steve Brunsman, 713-251-2465


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