Focus on Parents Articles
These steps can help you create your own personalized snapshot of schools you’re considering and whether or not you should continue to consider them at all.
Parents, brace yourself for college move-in day.
Question: What part should my parents play in my college application? Parental involvement in the college admissions process varies from family to family, and is sometimes a point of conflict. At ...
You envision a college degree as part of your child's future. So choosing a college where they're comfortable, happy and can be successful is important. But you're also curious if that ...
Find out how to involve your parents in the college planning process.
Since most colleges have schedules that differ from high schools, visiting on your spring break is a great tactic because you'll get to see the school while there's still life on campus.
Check out these five simple things to get kids to think the c-word (college).
You need to focus more than ever before on your studies, which classes you choose to take and how much you devote to preparing for standardized testing and college research outside the classroom.
January is the start of a New Year and a new semester. Which means, you have the unique advantage of a fresh start in more than one way! How cool is that?
Parents can be the best guide for students during their college search and decision process.
Encourage your student to keep next semester in mind with this June checklist.
Start learning these skills now so you can practice for the remainder of your high school career.
While you can’t take the exams for them (yes, we know you’ve thought about it) you can help ease their exam anxieties in other ways.
By taking AP courses, you’re demonstrating to the college that you are able to handle a college level course while you’re still in high school.
Where can you find these discounted tuition prices? Apparently, the higher the acceptance rate, the better the odds of obtaining these tuition price deals.
There are things parents can do to help high schoolers and soon-to-be-college students prepare for their next phase in life.
As a homeschooled student, your trek to college has taken you off the beaten path. But even if you don't have the "typical" credentials colleges are looking for, you can still ...
Instead of going into debt, perhaps you should consider a work college.
Find out more about the legacy factor in college admissions.
Now is the time to evaluate what you can do this month to continue your focus on the college planning process.