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Cape Gazette School & Education TUESDAY, NOVF_MBER18-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER20, 2008 19 Academy of Arts and Sciences holds fair DAVID CAMPBELL PHOTOS Rachel Southmayd, Sussex Technical High School senior class president and honor society president, gives a presentation about her high school. By David .Campbell Special to the Cape Gazette Sussex Academy of Arts and Sciences hosted a high school fair Friday, Nov. 14, for all local Sussex County high schools to educate the students and their parents on the various options for students' high school educa- tions. High schools who sent repre- sentatives included Cape Hen- lopen, Sussex Tech, Seaford, Del- marva Christian, Sussex Central, Indian River and St. Thomas More Academy. Students and faculty from the schools handed out literature and conducted short information sessions about their high schools. This is the ninth year the school has hosted this event for its students, lanet Owens, high school expo director, believes students are beginning to realize choosing a high school is an im- portant decision. She said she feels it is impor- tant to give students access to in- formation that allows them and their families to make educated decisions. JOHN MYERS, CAPE HENLOPEN HIGH SCHOOL guidance counselor, and Amy Lingo, student government vice president and Future Farmers of America president, tell academy students about the many curriculum options and extracur- ricular activities Cape offers its students. SUSSEX TECH INDUCTS HONOR, VO-TECH HONOR SOCIETY STUDENTS WERE RECENTLY INDUCTED into the National Honor Society and the National Vocational-Technical Honor So- Justin