The Junior year is filled with much to be done from rigorous academic classes, to extracurricular achievements, to testing, to looking at colleges. It is certainly a marathon, not a 100-yard dash. Those hardy kids have already passed many mile markers, but the toughest leg of the race is still ahead of them here in [read more] …
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Whether you are in private school, public school, or homeschool, we provide high school planning and college admissions assistance. Our experienced and dedicated team offers oversight for school documents, help with essays for college admissions, supervision for college applications, advice in developing a marketing strategy and resumes, tips for improved recommendation letters, scholarship coaching, and interview practice. Isn’t it time you had someone who understands your dreams and goals join you on the journey?
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One of the joys of parenting was teaching my kids how to navigate life. There are unspoken rules, simple courtesies, and ways to make an impact. Each day we are given a set number of hours to be totally present, to learn all we can, and to give back. If our kids can view the [read more] …
Very rarely are there issues when our homeschool students are guests of a school system when taking standardized tests. If a school agrees to host your child, normally things proceed smoothly. However, there have been rare instances of test day problems. From the school turning off air conditioning on a sweltering summer day, to a [read more] …