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 career
Happy New Year! With a new year comes the ability to start fresh with improved habits that will help you achieve your college dream more easily. If you’re heading to college in the next few years, here are our
Going to college is one of the biggest decisions in a person’s life. The high cost of getting a college education can make it a daunting prospect, but with lots of financial aid available in the form of
Spring Break is an excellent time for college tours. Would you purchase a house or car solely based on internet pictures, brochures mailed directly from seller and suggestions from family and friends? Probably not. But this is essentially what you’re
There are a number of important deadlines related to making a choice of colleges. Juniors and seniors in high school begin early to look at colleges and universities. Some will choose their school based upon its proximity from home.
One of the first—and most important—exercises in the college planning process involves course selections for the coming year of high school. Your high school academic record determines whether you make it onto the “competitive playing fields” at the schools to
Planning for college is very important in securing your child’s future. College serves as a stepping stone for your child; and as a parent you will need to consider a few important aspects before you make your choice. The
If you walk up to most 9th graders early in their freshman year and ask them about their college preparation plans, you are likely to get a blank stare. Teenagers have so many things on their mind at that
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.
It is never really too soon in a child’s life to start giving some thought to college. When you enter high school as a freshman, it may seem as though you have plenty of time, and you do have