Garden City High School’s seniors received hands-on assistance applying to college during the school’s College Application Month event held on October 21st and 22nd. GCHS counselors and volunteers from Fort Hays State University, Garden City Community College, Northwest Kansas Technical College, and the local IG PEO sorority helped seniors through the process of applying to college. 299 students participated in the event, held in the school’s library. This is the fourth year for GCHS to host a College Application Day event.
2016 Results- 2017 Results-
283 applications submitted- 467 applications submitted –
186 to Community Colleges/Technical Schools 216 to Community Colleges
70 to Universities 9 to Technical Schools
27 to Private Colleges 189 to Universities
189 students participated 27 to Private Colleges
26 to Out of State Schools
295 students participated
2018 Results- 2019 RESULTS-
424 Applications submitted- 473 Applications submitted-
214 to Community Colleges 221 to Community Colleges
19 to Technical Schools 27 to Technical Schools
115 to Universities 147 to Universities
33 to Private Colleges 31 to Private Colleges
43 to Out of State Schools 47 to Out of State Schools
272 Students Participated 299 Students Participated
This year’s results were again outstanding- so many Buffaloes are going to college! The support and encouragement from GCHS teachers facilitated the events’ success. Students appreciated having the opportunity and time to complete applications and also the adults that were available to answer questions and give guidance.
The month of October was College Application Month and the counselors planned events each week to assist students in their goals of going to college. The College Planning Conference was held the first week, followed by FAFSA workshops and then Snacks and Apps, a scholarship workshop.
Additional information about the Apply Kansas: College Application Month program can be found online at www.kacrao.org/applyks. For more information about Garden City High School’s event, please contact Kae Lee Armstrong at 620-805-5426 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org