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Your student’s junior year of high school is all about doing the prep work for college. Planning for scholarships is an important element of college planning that can start early on during junior year. As a parent, there are several … Continue reading
Senior year is when college starts to get real for many students. As they start digging into the details, the importance of securing scholarship money may become clearer. Though they need to take the lead in the search, there are … Continue reading
Know yourself, be yourself, and believe in yourself. College interviews can be a key piece that helps both students and schools determine if they are the right match for one another. So what can students do to help ensure a … Continue reading
If your senior wants a final chance to take the SAT or ACT test, be sure he or she gets registered by the deadlines. You can help your student prepare for these tests by encouraging them to study and take … Continue reading
Senior year is a busy time for students as they get ready for college. Fall of senior year is a good time for parents to step in and help lay out the roadmap of the goals and deadlines that will … Continue reading
Junior year is the time when most students start getting truly focused on college planning. With only two short years to go before they begin their college journey, it’s time to start making a checklist of things to be done … Continue reading
You know it’s coming. You’ve likely been preparing for it for years. But as a parent, it can still be tough to adjust when your student heads off to college. You’re the parent of a young adult now—how do you … Continue reading
Your student’s senior year can fly by in a blink. With all the work there is to be done, it would be easy to focus solely on the to-do list, and put fun aside. But considering this may be your … Continue reading
As students enter the homestretch of high school, it’s not unusual for them to start feeling burned out and unmotivated—in other words, they might develop a case of senioritis. Senior year grades and test scores are still important, even after … Continue reading