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Congratulations on graduating high school! You’re about to enter one of the most exciting and challenging periods in your life, so it’s definitely time to take a victory lap. But with all of the commotion, celebration, and change happening around … Continue reading
Use this summer to take advantage of your down time and find fun, productive activities that can help you get into college. You have many options—here are a few of the more effective ones. Getting a job College admission boards … Continue reading
Networking may sound like a pretty grown up word to use with a high school junior, but it is key for your student to build a network of adults they can rely on as they enter college and working world. … Continue reading
As you ready yourself for your first year in college, there are a few very important things to do before packing up the car, planning your dorm room décor, or selecting classes. You’ve worked hard these past four years to … Continue reading
It’s your student’s last summer at home, so it’s no surprise if you’re feeling a little sentimental—and maybe a little anxious to make some great memories before your student heads off to college. Before you get too overwhelmed with the … Continue reading
You have the whole summer to make final to-do lists and cross items off, so here are some tips to getting organized so you can enter college confidently: Find your reading groove In college, you’ll likely have a lot more … Continue reading
By now you may know exactly what senioritis is, and seen its identifying traits: lack of follow-through on assignments; an unwillingness to motivate; and a shift in focus, where personal accomplishment becomes secondary to relaxing with friends. Even if you … Continue reading