NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–More than 1,300 seniors from 19 high schools in nine cities across the country will participate in a national College March, and march from their respective schools to local post offices or mail trucks on Friday, December 12. Students will submit their college applications as thousands of classmates, teachers, family members, local businesses and community leaders cheer them on. The College March, which originated in the NYC Outward Bound Schools network, and has been supported by Capital One since its inception, is expanding nationally this year. The March serves as an annual ritual that exhibits the grit, courage and determination of students in actualizing the dream of college access for all.
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