Reach Higher Initiative website unveiled

First lady Michelle Obama is pushing forward a new public awareness campaign as part of her Reach Higher Initiative campaign.

First lady Michelle Obama is pushing forward a new public awareness campaign as part of her Reach Higher Initiative campaign.

First lady Michelle Obama is pushing forward a new public awareness campaign as part of her Reach Higher Initiative campaign. (10/19/15)

BROOKLYN - First lady Michelle Obama is pushing forward a new public awareness campaign as part of her Reach Higher Initiative campaign.

Obama unveiled a new website for students between the ages of 14 and 19 to help them access information on signing up for the SAT and ACT exams.

The site also include information on filling out federal financial forms and visiting college campuses.

High school students will be able to share their goals, progress and stories about what's inspiring them to go to college

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