FAFSA has opened – do a practice run on paper before you fill it out online! And check out our financial aid webinar to learn more about how the financial aid process works. FAFSA deadlines vary by college, and may be earlier if your student is applying ED or EA. Check college websites for deadlines!
October 1 – Juniors – LET’S GET ENGAGED!
Juniors – get out in front of the process – start looking at colleges NOW! Here’s a video to help you learn how to explore college websites.
Evelyn is participating in StreamableU’s online college admissions course. For a $99 fee, you can get access to dozens of college prep and college admissions advice through presentations throughout the fall. (We don’t make anything from participating in this program; we just think it’s cool that you can get great advice from a variety of experts!)
Read Evelyn’s blog post following her attendance at NACAC, the largest annual conference within the college admission world. Are you on the same page as your teen with regard to what you all want for their college experience?
Join our free text messaging service, with messages specifically tailored to your student’s year of high school graduation. Parents of rising seniors, text 2020parent to 877-562-4443 to join our list for your child’s class. We also have 2021parent, 2022parent and 2023parent lists!
Our team is almost fully booked for the Class of 2020, and we are now signing contracts with the Class of 2021 and 2022. Please get in touch if you’re interested in learning more about our services.
We asked some parents – some whose kids worked with us and some whose kids did not – to share some “nuggets” of advice they wish they had known a year ago. Here’s their advice.
Quesbook has free ACT prep with daily question sets.
Call us for one-on-one and group tutor/test prep referrals
Host A “College Info” Seminar For Friends
…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.