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Bullitt East High School 2015 Close the Deal
Bullitt East High School Principal Willie Foster welcomed the Class of 2016 to Close the Deal. Bullitt East High School seniors fill the gymnasium for Close the Deal. Bullitt East High School seniors at Close the Deal. Dr. Jai Wilson, Bullitt East High School Class of 1993, was the  Close the Deal featured speaker and showed her Charger Nation Pride! Bullitt East High School seniors listen to the message of Dr. Jai Wilson. Gene Weis, Louisville Metro West Outreach Counselor for the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority, spoke to seniors about proper financial planning for their future. Bullitt East seniors participate in table talks with college and career professionals. College representatives spoke to Bullitt East seniors about a variety of topics ranging from on-campus residence to how much money is takes to buy books and purchase meals. Bullitt East High School Close the Deal table talk time. A Bullitt East senior participates in Close the Deal. Alex Wimsatt is a Bullitt East alumnae and brand new Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director. He enjoyed speaking with Bullitt East seniors at Close the Deal. Following table talk discussions, seniors could visit booths at the college and career fair. Bullitt East seniors line up to receive information from a college booth. If a table was a little too crowded, resourceful Bullitt East seniors used other solid surfaces to take important notes. Many college representatives were more than happy to interact with prospective students. Bullitt East High School Close the Deal. The college and career fair of Bullitt East High School's Close the Deal. The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority was a very popular stop for Bullitt East seniors.