High school seniors visited Madera Center community college to learn about the student activities, registration, community resources and opportunities they can take advantage of in the fall.
More than 300 students from Madera High School, Madera South High School, Eastin-Arcola High School, Pioneer Technical Center attended the annual Spring Extravaganza on Thursday, said Monica Cuevas, the college’s dean of students. This year’s theme was “Knowledge is Power.”
Booths with information about campus clubs and programs, games, merchandise and other activities filled the cafeteria. Valley universities also passed out information. An underlying theme addressed “being green” by becoming efficient consumers of energy and better stewards of the environment.
Madera High School senior Isai Cervantes, who will attend the college in the fall to pursue a degree in computer science, attended to learn more about the program...