About 60 parents and students recently attended a college fair held at Zama American High School where they had the opportunity to meet and talk with nearly 23 representatives from different colleges, universities and U.S. militaries.

College Fair offers options for students' future

CAMP ZAMA, Japan (Nov. 30, 2015) -- More than 20 representatives from state-side colleges, local international colleges and military schools talked with students and their family members during the Zama American High School College Fair held Nov......READ MORE





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