Monthly Archives: August 2011

Meeting with the High School Guidance Counselor, Part 2

Now is the time to discuss your student’s goals. by Anne Vaccaro Brady You can save your entire family a lot of unnecessary stress senior year by meeting with the guidance counselor in junior year. (My previous post addresses the … Continue reading

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Why You Need to Make that Appointment with the Guidance Counselor Now

Seniors and their parents need to sit down with their counselor in September. by Anne Vaccaro Brady Give your teen’s guidance counselor a couple of weeks to work through class scheduling issues with her other students and then get on her calendar. … Continue reading

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More Ways to Refine the College List

Some other considerations as you help your student finalize the list. by Anne Vaccaro Brady As I said in the last post, with application season around the corner, it’s time to make some choices. Take into account the additional factors below to help … Continue reading

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Refining the College List

The first of two posts on how to finalize where to apply. by Anne Vaccaro Brady Now is the time to sit down with your rising high school senior and review the list of colleges your family’s been working with—or at least … Continue reading

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