On last Thursday’s Summer Opportunities Night, more than 60 families from grades eight through 11 attended. There were 12 different summer programs present, each providing a presentation. Students learned about opportunities for summer classes and internships in literature, technology, pharmacy, healthcare, communications, visual and performing arts, and debate. PFA president Jennifer Thorpe-Lewis shared information about a summer camp fair as well. We now have a Summer Wall at the College Counseling Office with plentiful information about options.