College-bound seniors will talk about high school experiences

info@islandpacket.comMay 30, 2013 

Twenty-five college-bound seniors graduating from Beaufort County School District high schools next week will discuss their school experiences and future plans during a one-hour television program on the Beaufort County Channel at 8:30 p.m. Friday.

The seniors, selected by their high schools, will answer questions posed by incoming Superintendent Jeff Moss, who officially takes over the school district's leadership on July 1. Moss asks seniors to recall their favorite high school moments, discuss their post-high school college plans and make suggestions on how to improve the high school experience, according to a news release.

To date, more than 170 colleges and universities have sent letters of acceptance to Beaufort County School District seniors. Nearly every college and university in South Carolina will welcome at least one Beaufort County senior next fall, along with many schools in Georgia and North Carolina, according to the school district.

The broadcast will air on local cable networks: Comcast's Channel 2, Hargray's channels 9 and 113, and Time-Warner Hilton Head's Channel 63, as well as on the County Channel's website.

The show will also be archived and can be watched any time via the channel's "Video on Demand" feature.

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