JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- At Wolfson High School, it is class by day, fashion by night.
For the last month, students like Courtney Rullo and staff have been putting together a fashion show to raise money for SAT and ACT testing.
"Me being a student, I want as many people as possible to get the option that I've had and I've taken the test multiple times," Rullo said.
Each test costs around $50 dollars. That's extra money that some families just don't have.
"We acknowledge that is a lot for parents to pay for ... I wanted to, along with the entire administrative team at Wolfson, wanted to help parents with that cause," said administrator Ms. Smith.
So bring out the prom dresses, the glittering shoes and the tuxedoes!
All the money from tickets will be helping these students get into college.
The fashion show will also pay tribute two Wolfson High School students killed this year... Jordan Davis and JeNay Jackson.
"JeNay was actually one of my friends so I know it is going to be amazing and I can't wait to see it," Rullo said.
If you would like to come to the fashion show at Wolfson HS, the doors open at 6:15 p.m. Thursday and tickets are $10.
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