Clinton High School’s Ebony Club took a group of students to Open House at North Carolina Central University on Nov. 16. The students were treated to performances by the band, dancers, and Greek fraternities and sororities.
The students were also told about the different programs and scholarships that the university offered. The students had a chance to visit each department of the school and speak with the department chairpersons. The students were also told when to start applying for financial aid and when to submit there applications.
The students, advisor Chaka Shipp said, really enjoyed themselves and gained a wealth of information.