*Write important dates down so you do not miss any deadlines
*Meet with your guidance counselor to go over college plans and make sure your classes meet the standards of your college goals
*Sign up for the ACT
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Author: Rhonda Manns, A2Z College Planning
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Paying for College
Remember it’s never too early to calculate your Expected Family Contribution.
It is in the junior year of high school that you’ll make critical decisions that could have a major impact on the next five years of your life (and beyond!) as you start narrowing down lists of colleges and
On Tuesday, November 30th, I’ll be hosting a FREE live teleconference for college-bound high school students and their parents to talk about college admissions, the right college, and college counseling.
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