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The excitement of choosing the place a student will spend
his next four years is what High School Day is all about.
High school students from around Texas, neighboring
states and even as far away as Alaska came to ACU to see
the campus, meet professors and learn about different
Bud did students really come to weigh the advantages of
ACU against other schools? Most high schoolers said they
came to ACU to get away for the weekend and to see what
college life was really like.
Students who visited ACU in the fall were treated to a
variety of activities. Beth Cox, special projects coordinator,
said the emphasis during High School Day was on fun and
games and exposure to campus life.
Visiting students and their parents listened to Dr. William
J. Teague speak during opening Chapel exercises and heard a
special performance by "Heaven's jubilee," a musical group
from Hillcrest Church of Christ.
The Flying Cats performed, and prospective freshmen par-
ticipated in a spirit-boosting pep rally followed by a tailgate
party at Shotwell Stadium before the Sam Houston State
University-ACU football game.
At the conclusion of High School Day, students left ACU
with new friends and a clearer picture of college life and
some ofthe activities available at ACU. - Andi Cannedy
Top: High school students
join the A Cappella in
singing "The Lord Bless You
and Keep You" to conclude
High School Dey activities.
Middle left, right and
bottom: High school
students enjoy visiting ACU
lor a weekend of activities.
22 f High School Day”