What Should we be doing now?
It is very important for all students to stay on track and finish the year strong. Juniors should have a good testing plan in place and be preparing to take AP exams.
JUNIORS! LET US KNOW WHEN YOU RECEIVE YOUR OFFICIAL TEST SCORES~ we fine tune the college list.
Please refer to the timeline given during our Family State of the Union- College 2021 meeting we had on April 5th. This breaks down what you should be doing from now, through the beginning of summer.
If we have not done so yet, let’s talk about classes for next year, summer plans and researching colleges.
ONE THING AT A TIME~ FOCUS ON FINISHING STRONG
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Paying for college is partly planning and partly understanding what the heck your options are. This article and video should help.
Many summer pre-college programs and courses have moved to an online format. As you review the examples below, you will want to consider if you prefer a credit or non-credit program or course. We have broken the list into sub categories. You will notice that many of...
It is the time of year when seniors and their families start to stress- again. Many have not heard back from their top school. Many start to worry that no news is bad news. Others start to apply to every college they can think of because they wonder if all of their...
At this point in the year, most top schools have let students from the Early Applications and Early Decision round know their results. We are celebrating all of the acceptances with you!! If you’ve been deferred or denied, we want you to take a minute and think about...