Sometimes, if we are only focused on getting great grades, we forget our friends and our family and that there is a real world out there to have fun and discover. On the other hand, some of us don’t care
Families will soon be preparing their high school children for the changes that college brings. Juniors and seniors in high school should start thinking about college early, not only preparing to select the right institution, but also preparing for
Many times incoming Freshmen have been so pre-occupied with high school extra-curricular actives in relation to the application and acceptance process that they forget to inquire about opportunities for involvement once they start college. Often, it is the relationships
Author: Rhonda Manns, A2Z College Planning
When preparing for school, teens and their parents are rightfully worried about getting the right grades, finding sufficient funding, and of course getting into the perfect school.
But while your child will be as
Every parent worries about how their child will react when first attending college, and there’s certainly a good cause for concern. Young people often view the freedom they experience as a college freshman as a time to do some things