Maggie is our penguin mascot – and MaggieSez that March is time to plan your spring break college visit trip! No, you shouldn’t feel like you need to visit every college your child may apply to, but it’s a nice way to see if s/he connects with the feeling on campus. Here’s an article from Georgia Tech’s admission office about planning your college visits. We’ve also written pretty extensively on our blog about college visits; here are some links!
Join our free text messaging service, with messages specifically tailored to your student’s year of high school graduation. Parents of current juniors, text 2020parent to 877-562-4443 to join our list for parents of your child’s class. We also have 2021parent and 2022parent lists!
Some people think only top students work with private college counselors. Nothing could be further from the truth! Here’s a post to help you understand how we can make the process less stressful for your entire family!
Our team is currently booking clients in the Class of 2020 (only a handful of spaces left) as well as the Class of 2021 (current sophomores). Please get in touch if you are interested in learning more about our services.
Khan Academy provides free SAT prep! Link your College Board account with Khan Academy.
Quesbook has free ACT prep with daily question sets.
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Host A “College Info” Seminar
…In the comfort of your own living room!
Are your friends starting to think about (read: get anxious about!) college? Please get in touch if you are interested in hosting a college admissions information seminar at your home. We can tailor our presentation for parents of 8th, 9th, 10th or 11th grade students, or a combination.