The Back to School Countdown Begins!
It’s about to start again…all in the name of learning and education, parents and students will soon be consumed by schedules, paperwork, practices, homework, meetings and more.  But with some […] Read more ›
    Consider the advantages:   Students have more free time and more flexible schedules to put in the hours for summer ACT prep Rising juniors can do prep then […] Read more ›
As students return from summer vacation, it is critical to get the school year off to the right start.  Learning the skills to maximize study time can make the difference! […] Read more ›
Is summer learning loss real?  You bet it is!  The cumulative effects of summer learning loss can amount to years of instructional loss over the course of the elementary, middle […] Read more ›
Junior year is probably the most important year of high school.  Students are taking higher level courses and admissions tests such as the ACT and SAT.  But they may also […] Read more ›
Should I Take the ACT or SAT?
Rising juniors should begin to think about which standardized test they want to take to apply to colleges:  the ACT or SAT. The SAT changed significantly in the spring of […] Read more ›
Registration for ACT Accommodations Improved
Seeking ACT accommodations is something many parents have grappled with—successfully and unsuccessfully.  While most students can easily register online and start prepping for the test, students with disabilities (and their […] Read more ›
Encourage Your Student to Read and Write this Summer!
Summer is full of opportunities–for kids to learn but also to lose knowledge gained the previous school year.  If your child is below grade level in reading or math, a […] Read more ›
Change Your Mind About Your College Choice?
Is it too late to change your mind about your college choice?  After months of filling out applications and waiting for responses, is it too late to make a different […] Read more ›
Playing the Wait List Game?
Are you playing the Wait List Game?  Earlier this month, many students applying to highly competitive colleges and universities got their notifications:  admitted, turned down, or…offered a spot on the […] Read more ›
College Application Essay Topics That Work
Writing the college application essay is probably the hardest part of the whole application.  Everyone has gone on a service trip of some sort, been an officer of some organization […] Read more ›
Start ACT Prep Early If Early Decision is Your Goal
One more reason to start  ACT prep early junior year:  choosing Early Decision may improve your chances of getting into your dream school–so don’t be sweating out the June or […] Read more ›

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