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Category Archives: Planning for College
Who is knocking on the college door? According to the College Board Group research, an increasingly diverse academically prepared student body. This presents substantial challenges and opportunities for school counselors to give prospective students helpful direction. That’s why we created … Continue reading
As you move closer to college application season, you will quickly see that—between the monetary cost to apply and the amount of time that each application requires—you only want to apply to five to eight colleges. So how do you … Continue reading
Your high school senior is feeling down after being wait-listed. What’s next? There’s no doubt that college acceptance time can lead your student on an emotional rollercoaster. So, while being sensitive to the fact that your student may be surprised, … Continue reading
Making college visits is a critical part of the college-planning experience. These trips take time and money, so you and your student will want to make the most out of each visit. Take some time to prepare with your student … Continue reading
Summer looms and beyond it, the fall semester at college. Students are busy working and collecting financial aid to pay for their education and get the most out of campus life. And while every student will have a different experience, … Continue reading
As your junior year of high school winds down, it may be dawning on you: college applications are right around the corner! This may be a stressful time since your college choice lays the groundwork for the next few years. … Continue reading
Your senior students may be starting to receive award letters from their chosen schools. It is an exciting time, and it’s important to understand how to read and interpret these awards. Each school may present the award letter information a … Continue reading