Blue Print

Future freshmen visit campus to explore career pathways

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Eighth graders from Burnett and McMillan junior highs visited the campus to explore and learn about career pathways Feb. 4 for I have a plan night.

After a brief session in the auditorium led by principal Mike Williams, the eighth graders and their families were off to tour the building. Choir sang as students exited the band hall on their way to the 400 hall. 

The Career and technology hallway was chock full of displays showcasing various pathways. Representatives from fine arts, including theatre and art promoted their classes. The Ready, Set, Teach representatives educated potential students on what their program had to offer.

Culinary arts sweetened the deal to entice students to join their program.

Robotics and engineering, health sciences and welding teachers and students were on hand to answer questions about their endorsements.

AP course information and other electives were in the cafeteria for the soon to be freshmen to peruse. East counselors will visit the junior high campuses later this week to help eighth graders plan their schedules to reflect their selected career pathways and endorsements.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
1 Comment

One Response to “Future freshmen visit campus to explore career pathways”

  1. miranda pineda on February 19th, 2019 2:46 pm

    this just interested me because it reminds me of when i came to do this my 8th grade year and i think future raiders could reflect on this article a lot because it would’ve helped me a lot if had seen this my 8th grade year

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




The news site of Wylie East High School
Future freshmen visit campus to explore career pathways