It's tempting to think that our goal is to get our children in to college. No, no! Our goal is that our children can get in AND afford to go to college. Getting admitted is only part of the problem! Here ideas to help you get more scholarship money once you've gotten in, done the math, and come up short
Every once in a while, I'll run across a parent that says "My child is struggling with a gaming addiction" or other tech-related addiction. Often, these parents will say, "She's very bright, but cannot apply herself because of this issue" or "his behavior has changed so much since he's been using excessive tech." Technology addiction is real. Have you read
A current trend in college applications now is for student to self -report everything and be admitted based on the facts the student gives on the application. Self -reported grades, GPA, test scores, etc. After the student is admitted, the college receives the official documents: transcript, course descriptions, tests scores, etc. Then they will reject any student that lies. So,
Do you find yourself fretting over the unavoidable task of making a homeschool transcript for your high school student? What seems like a daunting task can be done in a way that highlights your child's unique qualities.
Families have a lot in common, but every family is unique, and every child is unique in the classes they take. You can