Enterprise High School students were bussed to Enterprise State Community College for senior visits for the first time ever.
“Being able to bring them out here is a huge benefit because they’ll be able to see where they’re going and get familiar with the campus,” said EHS Principal Brent Harrison. “Hopefully this helps a lot of our kids finalize what their plans are and—with the help from the community college—they realize what it’s going to take and what it’s going to take to go somewhere and maybe that this (ESCC) is a better place for them to start off at.”
ESCC President Matt Rodgers said he’s excited to have “family” visit ESCC.
“It’s exciting to have this larger group from Enterprise High School; they’re family,” Rodgers said. “We certainly appreciate the support of Mr. (Brent) Harrison and all that he does to support his students and try to help them advance their educational careers. We love our Enterprise High School students and certainly want them to come to Enterprise State, but at the end of the day we want them to be successful wherever life takes them.”
During their senior visit, the “Triple Threat” recruiting team spoke to students about a number of topics including the cost of attending ESCC, ESCC scholarships, transfer credits, etc.
The presentation ended with students being broken up into groups for a goose chase. The groups received clues through and app an had to submit selfies with the correct answer to prove the group solved the clue. The team to successfully finish the goose chase first received a prize.