Category Archives: Getting Started

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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Creating the High School Resume

Putting your child’s high school career on paper. by Anne Vaccaro Brady In my summer planning guide I mentioned creating the high school resume, also called the activity sheet. By putting it together now, your student can see her strengths … Continue reading

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Be Honest as You Head into the College Admissions Process

Don’t set unrealistic expectations for your teenager. by Anne Vaccaro Brady Knowing and accepting your child’s strengths and weaknesses before you get too far into the college admissions process will save a lot of disappointment later on. Scores, grades and … Continue reading

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