Monthly Archives: September 2011

Getting Organized for the College Application Process, Part 2

Putting all the information together.  by Anne Vaccaro Brady Now that you’ve read my previous post, you know the information your senior needs to create his application schedule. Here’s one way to do it. My kids used Word, but a spreadsheet program like … Continue reading

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Getting Organized for the College Application Process, Part 1

Here’s how to help your high school senior stay on top of things.  by Anne Vaccaro Brady Filling out 8-10 college applications can seem daunting to an adult, let alone a high school senior. By developing a system to complete … Continue reading

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The Truth About the Sudden Flood of College Mail

Why your mailbox is overflowing with envelopes addressed to your high school senior. by Anne Vaccaro Brady The first few letters and view books that came to your house from colleges impressed you, didn’t they? Now you’ve started wondering about … Continue reading

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Surviving Your College Freshman’s First Semester

I heard a dynamic speaker at The Ohio State University orientation who discussed what freshman year is like for parents and their children. I asked if she would share some of that insight with my readers. She agreed. Here is … Continue reading

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