Brooklyn students announce college decisions

Students across New York City are taking part in an event that celebrates a milestone in their academic careers.

Thirty students at Juan Morel Campos High School let their classmates know which school they will be attending once they graduate.

Thirty students at Juan Morel Campos High School let their classmates know which school they will be attending once they graduate. (5/2/16)

BROOKLYN - Students across New York City are taking part in an event that celebrates a milestone in their academic careers.

Thirty students at Juan Morel Campos High School let their classmates know which school they will be attending once they graduate.

The event is part of numerous other college signing day events happening across the city, with more than 100 schools participating.

The students received a certificate and the support of their fellow classmates and college counselor.

Monroe College, Mercy College and CUNY schools are just some of the schools where students were accepted.

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