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posted May 26, 2019, 12:29 PM by USArts San Diego   [ updated May 28, 2019, 4:49 PM ]
How to prepare your kids for top colleges-questions answered by high school seniors

We have invited three high school seniors to share their high school and college application experiences with you. It will be an open discussion to answer questions that middle/high school students and/or parents have about their high school experiences and preparing for college, addressing topics such as AP classes, extracurricular and leadership activities, sports, art, etc. 


Date: 6/9/2019, Sunday

Time: 2pm

Location: US Arts


Space is limited. Please reserve your spot by filling up the form online with the number of people attending.


Our guest speakers are:

Moya Zhang, Attending  UCLA

Michelle He, Attending Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Angela Liu, Attending Stanford University

Their self bio:

Moya Zhang: I’m a senior at CCA and I’m headed to UCLA in the fall to study Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics (MIMG) on the pre-med track. I’ve been coming to US Arts for around twelve years. During high school, I participated in orchestra and the swim and dive team. I volunteer at Scripps Green Hospital as a patient escort, and I’m currently working on a project called Healing with Heart that involves making acrylic prints of student artwork and donating them to the hospital. You may see some emails regarding this project in the future. I’m happy to answer any questions you have!  You can contact me at: moyzie1206@gmail.com

Michelle He:  She is a senior at Scripps Ranch High School. Some of her activities throughout high school include Science Olympiad, math competitions, painting, and martial arts. She likes reading, taking long walks, and trying new foods with her friends. She will be going to MIT in the fall, tentatively studying computer science and biology.

Angela Liu: I am a hard-working and passionate senior student at Torrey Pines High School. I’m extremely involved in community service and outreach activities, and I’m interested in studying and pursuing a career related to science after graduating high school. I pride myself on giving my full attention and dedication to certain activities that I am truly passionate about, allowing me to first-hand experience how hard-work leads to success.