When Should I Start Applying for Scholarships?

It pays to go to college. One estimate found that the value of a bachelor’s degree over the average person’s lifetime is $2.8 million. According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), men who have bachelor’s degrees are expected to earn up to $900,000 more (median lifetime wages) compared to men with high school diplomas, and


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23 New Year’s Resolutions for High School Students and Parents

The new year is here! And January brings the opportunity for a fresh start. Whether you’re a parent, a high school freshman, or a college-bound senior, it’s never too early to focus on pursuing your college dreams. What goals will you set to make 2023 your year? As always, we’re here to help you get


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Filling Out the FAFSA®: A Guide for Students & Parents

It’s no mystery that some families struggle to afford the cost of a college education. For this reason, the U.S. government and many colleges provide financial aid and need-based scholarships to students who demonstrate financial need. Each year, the FAFSA® allows families to apply and see if they qualify for scholarships, grants, and special low-interest


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College Admissions Timeline: A Roadmap for 9th-12th Grade

High school is a busy time, and it can be a challenge to find the time to prepare for college admissions. In addition to juggling extracurriculars and difficult classes and preparing for tests, teenagers are also expected to make major life decisions about their career path and where to attend college. That’s a lot of


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10 Things High School Students Can Do While Stuck at Home

School’s out, but not completely. School districts across the nation have extended spring break or moved to online instruction in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). You may wonder how to keep your high school student academically engaged while he or she is cooped up inside. You want your teen to use


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7 Ways to Support Your High School Student

How do I motivate my teenager to do well in school? Sometimes, motivating a teenager can feel like a daunting task. High school brings new experiences, extracurriculars, and exciting opportunities that may cause motivation in the classroom to dwindle. While many students are naturally self-motivated, others may need an extra push in the right direction.


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