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Catawba College hosting High School Day on Saturday

Rowan County High Schools, the local Home School Association, and individuals affiliated with these schools can vie for cash prizes during Catawba College’s Rowan County High School Day on Saturday.
Administrators, faculty, staff and students from Rowan high schools and the Home School Association can register online at www.catawba.edu/rowanday to attend Catawba’s 1:30 p.m. home football game against Tusculum. Individuals will pay $5 for each ticket on game day at Shuford Stadium. The two groups with the most students, faculty, staff and administrators attending the game will be awarded cash prizes of $1,000 (first place) and $500 (second place) provided by Wells Fargo. The prizes will be donated to the school or association’s scholarship fund.
Rowan high schools eligible to participate include Henderson, Carson, East, West, South, North, Salisbury, North Hills Christian, Rockwell Christian, Rowan County Early College and Rowan County Home School Association.
Administrators, faculty, staff and students who attend the game will be eligible for individual drawings in which the winner from each school will receive a $100 Visa gift card, also provided by Wells Fargo.
Attendance will be “taken” at the gate through halftime of the game, and winning schools and individual gift card winners will be announced at the end of third quarter. Members of the Catawba Admissions Office will make formal presentations of these awards at a future date.
For questions or additional information about Rowan County High School Day, contact the Catawba College Admissions Office at 704-637-4402.

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