More than 200 area high-school students, and a few parents came to Washington High School yesterday for college prep day. Among them was W-H-S junior Joey Villalpando. He says despite the current economic environment, he’s confident he’ll find work after college. Villalpando says he’s interested in finding a career in computers. William Mcconnell is another student interested in electronics. He also says he’s not worried about finding a job. Washington High guidance counselor Kathy Stender described the event as an excellent showing. She says she’s very pleased to hear about the students optimistic attitudes. She also says they know if they can find the means to go to college, there will be a job for them when they graduate.