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College Bound

College Bound October Checklist

As the leaves start to fall and the temperature outside gets colder, these are clear signs it is admissions season. This also means that the amount of classwork has increased, extracurricular activities are in high gear, parents are informing [...]

Parent Teacher

Productive Strategies to Tackle Parent-Teacher Conferences

If a school wanted a great fundraiser, they would set up a bar at parent-teacher conferences. This bar would attract every type of parent.  First, the “good students’ parent”: This parent, in most cases, is the class helper, the [...]

September Checklist for Success

High School Success 10th and 11th Grade Students: Start preparing for PSAT and NMSQT test. Attend school and local College Fairs – Gotocollegefairs.com for a full list. 11th Grade Students: Start prepping for SAT or ACT test. Start the process by understanding [...]

6 Tips To Help Your Child Find Scholarships

Paying for your child’s education has become a daunting task. Securing scholarships to assist you with lowering the overall cost of college can be the only viable option for a student to attend college. Your student though will find [...]

Summer Is the Best Time to Prep for the SAT, ACT or PSAT Test

Summer is the time of year where High School students kickback, relax, hang out with friends, work a summer job, or dip their feet in a cool swimming pool. Without the rigors of school, summer is the perfect time [...]

Kids

Start Thinking About Summer Programs Now

Students today seem to have more summer learning options than parents ever did.  School districts offer summer school, teachers tutor, colleges run kid learning programs, and don’t forget about the plethora of activity camps that are available.  It leaves [...]

Spring Fever

How to Combat Spring Fever

Spring break is almost here! The sickness called “spring fever” along with procrastination is in the air. With everything students have on their plates, procrastination will destroy their grades.  Being organized combats these feelings.  So here is a prescription [...]

8 Study Skill Habits That “A” Students Utilize

Being an “A” student doesn’t mean one is smarter or works harder than other students.  What an “A” means is one has learned how to study smarter.  As one advances in one’s education, this becomes even more evident.  Within [...]

A Fresh Start Getting Organized

The New Year is a fantastic time for a fresh start. A fresh start involves eliminating clutter. As a mom, piles are my Achilles heel. One must deal with piles of bills, piles of books, piles of magazines, piles [...]

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