Focus on Juniors Articles
It’s June, which means that school is finally out for the summer!
Remember, the more you prepare before senior year, the more you’ll be able to enjoy it!
Rising seniors, here's an action plan you can focus on in May.
You should undoubtedly clean up your social media presence, but how much do colleges really look at your posts?
Utilize the summer between your junior and senior year in high school to prepare for your college search and the college admissions process.
Check out this summertime test prep you can do at the beach.
You can stay on top of your summer reading list without feeling burdened or overwhelmed.
Make your summer count - attend a summer program!
Your senior year of high school is nearing and things will become chaotic quite quickly - trust us on this one.
It really doesn't make sense that community colleges are often ignored in rankings, considering nearly half of America’s undergraduate students attend community colleges.
Take advice with a grain of salt and be aware of these myths!
Your college admissions process is gearing up now - more than ever, and it is only going to intensify from here on out.
Juniors, follow this checklist to help you keep your college search on track in February and March.
At the end of the day, it’s wise to determine your main priorities and examine all schools you’re interested in, public and private, to see which best match what you’re looking for in your college experience.
Cover the basics of the college search process.
Academics are important, but they aren't everything!
You have two choices: the easy way or the hard way. Why not make things easier on yourself with these four steps?
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.
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.
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.