Course fair helps students choose classes

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Carlmont students poured into the gymnasium for the annual course fair on Tuesday, Feb. 8 and Thursday, Feb. 10.

The course fair gave students the opportunity to ask teachers and other students questions as well as inquire about potential classes for the next school year.

The numerous tables of different classes were filled with fliers for students to take to help them make the best possible class choice.

In addition to asking teachers questions, students also were given the opportunity to speak with their counselors at the guidance table.

“It wasn’t helpful for me. There were so many people there and I couldn’t talk to the teachers. I feel like talking to a teacher or counselor one-on-one would be more helpful,” commented a student who wished to remain anonymous.

Other students, like sophomore Luisa Zepeda, had a more positive experience at the course fair. “I was able to talk with the teachers who answered all the questions that I had. I was also able to see all of my class options,” stated Zepeda.