High School Fair Packs the House Monday

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Article and Photography by RACHEL YOUNG

5:10 am | November 5, 2013


Pasadena Christian School rolled out the welcome mats as the school hosted a very successful High School Fair to a packed house in the David Memorial Auditorium on Monday night.

The fair featured enrollment information from area public, parochial and private high schools. 30 plus schools were in attendance from Alverno to Westridge and pretty much every school in between.

The milling crowds of parents and students were able to visit, talk to and collect information on the various schools in attendance. The schools were offering everything from day school to boarding with locations as far away as Ojai and Monterey. Curriculum was just as diverse ranging from Science, Technology and the Engineering Arts to the Culinary Arts.

Representatives from Alverno High School, Arroyo Pacific Academy, Bridges Academy, Canyonville Christian Academy, Don Bosco High School, Flintridge Preparatory School, Flintridge Sacred Heart, The Frostig Center, The Hillside School & Learning Center, Immaculate Heart High School, I-Poly, La Salle High School, Loyola High School, Maranatha High School, Mayfield Senior School, Pasadena Unified School District, Pasadena Waldorf High School, The Peace & Justice Academy, Polytechnic School, Ramona Convent, Renaissance Academy, Ribet Academy, Santa Catalina School, Southwestern Academy, St. Francis High School, Village Christian, Villanova Preparatory School, The Waverly School, The Webb Schools, and Westridge were in attendance.

There were smiles to go around for all that attended, but mostly for the young prospective attendees, who had the opportunity to meet with and talk with representatives from what may have just been the school of their dreams.