Spring Break is right around the corner for high school students. For some, this means a genuine rest from studying and for others; it means a week dedicated to serious thought on their college dreams. For best results,
High school seniors are focusing on completing applications and taking any final SAT/ACT test. Other high school students are focusing on creating an academic profile which helps them be competitive in the admissions process.
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October is a busy time for high school students. Seniors are working on college application essays, Juniors and Sophomores are preparing for PSAT and attending college fairs and Freshman are learning to juggle academics and extracurricular activities.
This article, from Triangle Business Journal, may be of interest in your research on NC colleges and universities.
It’s difficult for parents to sit down with a calculator and come up with an accurate budget for a child’s college education. If you don’t think so, prepare a budget for your life for the next four years and see
Comparing College Programs
The popularity of many colleges and universities comes from the programs that they offer. Some schools are known for engineering, information technology, or art. Students who know what fields interest them may choose an institution based
Thanks to the Town of Cary (Parks and Recreation) for hosting “Send Your Kids To The Best, Most Selective Colleges For Pennies On The Dollar” seminar on January 25, 2014.
Would you like to attend or host