Waxahachie Go Center grand opening Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Waxahachie on February 19, 2015 by Publisher Photo courtesy Waxahachie ISD WAXAHACHIE — "College is right at your fingertips." This is the message that the students at Waxahachie High School are receiving at the high school's newly opened Go-Center, a new and exciting partnership between Waxahachie High School and Navarro College."I want a place on campus where students can have complete and total access to college, a one stop shop kind of place." said Al Benskin, WHS principal.The WHS Go Center will provide the WHS community an opportunity to have access college information right inside their high school. The center is staffed by members of the Navarro College Student Recruitment and Dual Credit departments and will offer such services as college awareness, college admissions assistance, financial aid and scholarship assistance and dual credit assistance while being housed inside Waxahachie High school."Waxahachie High School offered Navarro College a prime location on their campus to showcase Navarro College and we jumped on the opportunity. Navarro College is excited to be a part of such a great endeavor and we look forward to helping as many students as we can prepare for college." said Margaret Moreno, Director of Student Recruitment at Navarro College.The center is located at the entrance to the registrar's office inside WHS. The center's hours are Monday through Thursday 9:00 am – 3:30 pm and on Fridays from 11:30- 3:00. Parents and students are welcome to stop by or make an appointment by emailing Navarro College at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also be interested in readingWISD School Board calls for $125 million bond electionWaxahachie Global High principal Don Snook resignsWaxahachie High School Art Department designs ornament for Capitol Christmas TreePaduch named Semifinalist in National Merit Scholarship ProgramLetter: In response to Scott Brooks of the WDL – Enough IS EnoughGraduate Caston Scholarship goes to 17 Navarro College graduatesWHS fishing club needs adult volunteersStudent with autism kicked out of Navarro CollegeRep. Wray awards Schoolfield, Jr. the Texas Armed Services ScholarshipGingerbread House to hold open house during Child Abuse Awareness Month ← ECSO burglary reports for Feb. 3-10Red Oak ISD lands $35,000 engineering grant → You must log in to post a comment.