BX students, parents get head start on college planning

Dozens of Bronx seniors at Herbert Lehman High School are getting a head start on planning for their futures. The students and their parents took

THE BRONX - Dozens of Bronx seniors at Herbert Lehman High School are getting a head start on planning for their futures.

The students and their parents took part in College Goal Sunday, a free program that helps guide them through the financial process.

The college-bound seniors say that come next fall, they want to focus on their studies and not worry about paying for tuition and books.

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