MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) – Like many of her classmates, Myrtle Beach High School senior Ravian Ellis is starting to think about her academic future.
“I’m thinking about going to tech for two years and then transferring,” Ellis said. “But I’m not sure what after that.”
Ellis plans to be the first member of her family to continue her education after high school.
“I want to go to college so I don’t have to worry about anything like my parents have to, so I can have a career.”
She went to the College Application Month kickoff event Tuesday night at Myrtle Beach High School to learn more about her options, and apply to several in state colleges free of charge.
The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education chose Myrtle Beach High School to host the kickoff event this year. It included food and music to get kids excited, and representatives from several state colleges were on hand to answer questions about how to apply…READ MORE
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