Campbellsville High School students recently hosted a fair to help their classmates learn about colleges and universities they can attend.
As part of their senior project, students chose colleges and universities to research and then told their classmates about the schools as if they were admissions counselors.
Many of the seniors were joined at the tables by admissions counselors from their schools.
While many of the schools represented are in Kentucky, others are located in other states.
Students visiting the fair learned about tuition costs, scholarships, college life, academic programs offered and much more.
CHS senior Iori Hashimoto presents information about Morehead State University.
CHS senior Caroline McMahan talks to students about Transylvania University.
CHS seniors Laura Lamb, at left, and Mallory Haley present information about Northern Kentucky University.
CHS senior Kyron Statham talks to students about Jefferson Community and Technical College.
CHS senior Shauna Jones talks to students about Cedarville University.
From left, CHS seniors Chase Atwood, Gabriel Clark and Stone Williams present information about Campbellsville University.
CHS seniors Zack Settle, at left, and Caylie Blair present information about University of Kentucky.
CHS senior Vera Brown talks to students about job opportunities at Amazon.
CHS seniors Brenna Wethington, at left, and Kaylie Morris presented information about Lindsey Wilson College.
CHS senior Logan Brown talks to junior Jenny Lantz about Mount St. Joseph University.
CHS senior Alexis Shears talks to Principal Kirby Smith about Western Kentucky University.
CHS senior Dalton Ballentine presents information about Berea College.