/ Asked by Lindsey
Hi! I am a senior in college. I was wondering if it is important that include where I went to high school on my resume? 
Answered by Ashley, Hiring Expert at Cardinal Health, on Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Great question! Now that you are a senior, I would recommend removing anything related to high school from your resume. It's common for freshmen and sophomores with limited experience to include their high school education or activities on their resume, but once you reach your junior year you should have enough college experience to fill your resume. Also, it's safe to assume that you completed your high school education if you are currently in college so employers do not need to see this included on your resume.
Answered by Wendy, Hiring Expert at Pitney Bowes, on Wednesday, December 26, 2018
Great question -  Not needed if you have a full resume. However, if you did not work or did not participate in extra-curricular activities or did not make the dean's list in college, consider adding high school and high school achievements to your resume.  
Answered by Lina, Hiring Expert at ADP, on Friday, December 28, 2018
Hi there! As a senior in college you no longer need to include any information from high school. Ideally, throughout your collegiate career you have been involved in student organizations, completed internships and worked part-time jobs to help you develop your soft skills and gain more industry relevant experience. Hope this helps!
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