Clayton college prep and help seminar for everyone

Clayton County Public Schools will host a seminar to help students connect to colleges.

The system wants high-achieving, first-generation and underrepresented minority 11th and 12th-grade public high school students from Metro-Atlanta, as well as the teachers and counselors who serve them to come.

The Metro-Atlanta College Access College Conference will take place at 5 p.m. at Towers High School located at 3919 Brookcrest Circle in Decatur, Thursday, September 13.

It will featuring workshops led by college representatives from across the city, state and country. The conference aims to help students and families with various aspects of the college search, college application, and financial aid process.

To view the full schedule of events, please visit the College AIM Conference website.

For more information please contact College AIM Executive Director Sam Aleinikoff, via email ( or via telephone (678) 609 – 3463.