A High School Career Expo will be held on Friday and Saturday at Hemingways Mall, which aims to help equip pupils with information on various careers, as well as schools.
The programme is designed with both primary and high school pupils in mind.
Tertiary institutions will exhibit be exhibiting their courses, as well as information about accommodation, bursaries and loans available.
Expo marketing manager Jenna Jones said they expected are expecting about 1,000 prospective students and their parents.
“It will be a great informational and fun family day out, to find out what will brighten up your sons’ and daughters’ futures,” Jones said.
She added that parents would will also be able to learn more about private and public high schools, extracurricular activities and admissions criteria.
“We especially invite grade 11 and 12 pupils for detailed course explanations to be able to make the correct choice of study,” she said.
A Heritage Day fashion show taking place on Saturday will offer where three primary and high school pupils the learners will stand a chance to win R30,000 for themselves and their school.
The expo will host have speakers from 9am to 12pm, and entrance is free.