On Feb. 22 the Gap Year Fair was held at Davis High from 1-4 p.m. Jonah Cedar checks in parents and children as they arrive in the library (Photo: M. Kaur).
Gap Year Advisor, Marion Taylor, kicks off the fair with a presentation that took place in the DHS library (Photo: M. Kaur).
One of the parents asks a question during Taylor's presentation (Photo: M. Kaur).
Jonah Cedar takes over after Taylor finishes her presentation. He shares his experiences that came with taking a gap year (Photo: M. Kaur).
The parents listen attentively to Cedar's experiences with gap year (Photo: M. Kaur).
After the presentation, the attendees of the fair headed to the All Student Center (Photo: E. Motekitis).
Students and their families got to learn about the different options for after high school. One option was with Taylor Gap which is a personalized inclusive gap year (Photo: E. Motekitis).
Other opportunities included traveling abroad and learning new skills (Photo: E. Motekitis).
Arden Jobbing-Hey, the Director of Admissions for The Class Afloat Voyage, informs parents about the program (Photo: M. Kaur).
The program in the ASC started at 2 p.m. and included a wide range of different programs (Photo: E. Motekitis).
By Manpreet Kaur & Elle Motekitis,
On Feb. 22 the Gap Year Fair was held at Davis High. The program included presentations from Marion Taylor and Jonah Cedar which took place in the library. The second half of the event was held in the All Student Center where a variety of gap year programs were showcased for families to explore.