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March 20, 2019

When we first meet with students and families, we go over academic progress, look at transcripts, and talk subjectively about how the student feels about school.  We often hear of difficulty in a particular class.  Or we hear that a student hasn’t had enough time to finish a test.  Or that turning in homework is an issue.  And this sparks the question, which we ask gently, “Have you received accommodations for any of these iss...

March 18, 2019

College acceptances are winging their way towards anxious students as you read this. These acceptances will come with a financial aid package. Long story short

March 18, 2019

They know that they're supposed to do research, but many students are unsure about exactly what to look for as they explore a college. Try to answer the following NINE questions as you do your research.  Chances are, if you can answer them, you have done your job.
 
1.  What academic programs or majors does the school offer that match up with your interests and aspirations?   (Details, please!!!)
 
2.  What two cours...

March 18, 2019

Rising seniors take note:  this is your last summer before applying to college, and you would be wise to use it as an opportunity to make yourself a more interesting person and, therefore, a more appealing college applicant.  This is the time to explore your passions, up your involvement in the community, or get a job. Colleges want to see that you use this time productively.  They also want to see that, if you have an interes...

March 18, 2019

Students know that they are supposed to take rigorous courses to prepare them for college, but they don't always know which ones to specifically choose.  California has two public four-year college systems--the University of California (UC) system and the California State University (CSU) system.  For entrance, both require students to complete with a grade of "C" or better 15 college-prep courses, known as the "a-g" subject r...

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