Eighth grade students from across the Philadelphia Archdiocese had the opportunity to visit the high school of their choice on Thursday, Nov. 14. To encourage their future enrollment at a Catholic high school, the students were given tours, met teachers, played games and were treated to performances by high school students. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
Eighth graders visiting Little Flower were all smiles during the fun blanket races.
The young ladies visiting Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls get the rundown on the school.
The nursing students at Mercy Vocational High School do a demonstration for the eighth graders visiting their school.
Students John Cabrera and Anthony Screnci show visiting eighth grade students what Mercy Vocational students do in their business class.
Students visiting Mercy Vocational High School in Philadelphia had a chance to see what happens in the cosmetology lab.
Computer Technology teacher Sean Carchidi shows prospective students how his class at Mercy Vocational works.
Mercy Vocational School joined every Catholic high school in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia Nov. 14 in opening their doors and welcoming eighth graders from every Catholic school for tours, presentations and fun, in the hopes of attracting more prospective students from the grade schools to Catholic secondary schools. (Photos by Sarah Webb)