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Students plan for their future during SBISD’s College Night



On Monday, Oct. 3, Spring Branch ISD high school students and their families attended College Night at Northbrook High School, where they met with more than 100 schools and explored distinct career paths. 

Representatives from colleges and universities spoke with students about applying for college and financial aid. They also discussed what they look for in applicants and what students should expect during the application process. 

“It was great to see so many schools from across the country at the event,” said Pablo Victor, journalism teacher at Northbrook. “There is a misconception that the most affordable option is always in-state but many schools that were at the event meet 100% of tuition and fees.” 

Events like College Night promote Spring Branch ISD’s T-2-4 vision of having every SBISD graduate attain a technical certificate, military training or a two-year or four-year degree. 

Joaquin, a senior at Northbrook, attended the event and discovered new college options and careers. 

“It was very informational and educational,” said Joaquin. “I’m glad I went to actually talk in-person instead of just getting information online.”

If you were unable to attend, email T24SBISD@springbranch.com for support resources and college guidance. 

View the full album of photos from the event!