After months of preparation, we have finally teetered on the big day. Ads went out, radio promotions....but what we do know is that the public strolls in to get information, but Versan has SSAT students who have sat and are sitting their SSAT exams.
They are very excited. Their parents are, too. I know that they will do well, because their twelve weeks of classes will almost come to a close, but I have enjoyed their company. Amazing kids.
Another life lesson learnt tomorrow when they sharpen their interviewing skills.
First one in, and with scholarship, Yejide Gayle to SUNY: Plattsburgh. Congratulations!!!!!!
Are you all still on one book? What happened to book one, two and three?
Congrats to Ashleigh Onfroy who placed second in History for the Caribbean.
To Jordan Madden, in Jamaica, he placed sixth and seventh for Maths and Physics. Bravo!!!!
I await news from the others....
So you made the waitlist....all it means is that you will be placed after all others are placed in the room. You will be fine.
Deadline for completing everything is November 30. The mailbag has started sending out financial aid forms, FAFSA signature pages, transcripts et al. Get with it!
We have attached a few messages that ought to inform you. Happy Reading!
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