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
A gap year is exactly as it sounds – postponing university or college for a year and spending that time doing something else. Some students simply live at home and work during the year, but others use
*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
In the fall of your senior year in high school, it is a good time to start putting your short and long term goals for going to college into place. A good basic plan is as follows:
Fall Term of
With so many graduates starting to leave behind their high school life for the college dream, June seems like a great time to discuss how to have a successful freshman year!
This month’s newsletter topics include:
College Planning Tips for January
Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors: Getting Started—the early stages of the college search:
1. The courses you choose for next year tell colleges a lot about your commitment as a student, so choose wisely.
2. Make sure
Author: Rhonda Manns, A2Z College Planning
It’s back to school season! As you get ready for your final year of high school, you’ve being stretched in multiple directions – pushing your academic progress to the max to prove that you’re