Central High School students (left to right) Jatorri Jefferson, Shakira Carter and Jarvis Lee, who are all planning to study in the graphic communications field upon graduation from high school, recently traveled to the William J. Clinton Presidential Center to view the "In Pieces" exhibit, which features seven large-scale, three diemensional images uniquely constructed with LEGOs. Not pictured were Phillips College Career Coach Florida Burnside and graphics communications instructor Vicki Cobb. These high school students are enrolled in the Career & Technical Center at Phillips College, which is an excellent way for high school students to begin to accumulate college credit while still in high school.

Central High School students (left to right) Jatorri Jefferson, Shakira Carter and Jarvis Lee, who are all planning to study in the graphic communications field upon graduation from high school, recently traveled to the William J. Clinton Presidential Center to view the "In Pieces" exhibit, which features seven large-scale, three diemensional images uniquely constructed with LEGOs. Not pictured were Phillips College Career Coach Florida Burnside and graphics communications instructor Vicki Cobb. These high school students are enrolled in the Career & Technical Center at Phillips College, which is an excellent way for high school students to begin to accumulate college credit while still in high school.