SMS students visit UNC


Sampson Middle School students visited the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. A total of 55 excited eighth-grade students toured the campus on Wednesday, March 2, 2016 and participated in the University’s First Look Program. Launched in 2008, the First Look Program is designed to give middle school students an early glimpse of college life through classroom discussions followed by an on-campus tour led by UNC-Chapel Hill students. Research shows that people who are not exposed to a college atmosphere by middle school are less likely to seek a college education. First Look is meant to solve that potential gap by introducing the higher education concept to middle school students across North Carolina. The trip was sponsored by the Sampson High School Alumni Association, Inc. in partnership with Sampson Middle School.


Sampson Middle School students visited the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. A total of 55 excited eighth-grade students toured the campus on Wednesday, March 2, 2016 and participated in the University’s First Look Program. Launched in 2008, the First Look Program is designed to give middle school students an early glimpse of college life through classroom discussions followed by an on-campus tour led by UNC-Chapel Hill students. Research shows that people who are not exposed to a college atmosphere by middle school are less likely to seek a college education. First Look is meant to solve that potential gap by introducing the higher education concept to middle school students across North Carolina. The trip was sponsored by the Sampson High School Alumni Association, Inc. in partnership with Sampson Middle School.

Sampson Middle School students visited the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. A total of 55 excited eighth-grade students toured the campus on Wednesday, March 2, 2016 and participated in the University’s First Look Program. Launched in 2008, the First Look Program is designed to give middle school students an early glimpse of college life through classroom discussions followed by an on-campus tour led by UNC-Chapel Hill students. Research shows that people who are not exposed to a college atmosphere by middle school are less likely to seek a college education. First Look is meant to solve that potential gap by introducing the higher education concept to middle school students across North Carolina. The trip was sponsored by the Sampson High School Alumni Association, Inc. in partnership with Sampson Middle School.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_SMS.jpgSampson Middle School students visited the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. A total of 55 excited eighth-grade students toured the campus on Wednesday, March 2, 2016 and participated in the University’s First Look Program. Launched in 2008, the First Look Program is designed to give middle school students an early glimpse of college life through classroom discussions followed by an on-campus tour led by UNC-Chapel Hill students. Research shows that people who are not exposed to a college atmosphere by middle school are less likely to seek a college education. First Look is meant to solve that potential gap by introducing the higher education concept to middle school students across North Carolina. The trip was sponsored by the Sampson High School Alumni Association, Inc. in partnership with Sampson Middle School.
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