Harlem World encourages its readers to join the College March “from Hollywood to Uptown.”
Harborside Academy, and EL school in Kenosha, WI, celebrated the nationwide College March on Thursday 15 as a symbolic representation of taking the necessary steps for their future.
Edutopia education writer Laura McKenna writes about WHEELS and how our To & Through College program is supporting students who will be the first in their families to go to college.
Assemblywoman Stacey Pheffer Amato participated in the College March at Channel View, while State Sen. Joe Addabbo, Jr. marched with MELS’ senior class in Forest Hills.
“As you begin this next journey in your life, do not forget all the people who helped you get to where you are today,” Sen. Addabbo said at the 2017 College March.
Fellow students, teachers, community members and a marching band were part of the festivities as they cheered on Channel View seniors at this year’s College March in the Rockaways.
Assembly Member Stacey Pheffer Amato joined the Channel View School for Research this past year for the 7th annual College March.
At the seventh annual College March hosted by NYC Outward Bound, more than 100 soon-to-be graduates from MELS in Forest Hills marched from the school to a postal truck to send their college applications. The students were cheered on by family members, school faculty and the junior class, who will participate in the march next year.
Seniors across our network marched their college application to their local post office as part of the 7th Annual College March.
As part of the 7th Annual College March, seniors at The Kurt Hahn School marched their college applications to their local post office, cheered on by their community.