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Putting Together a Parent Brag Sheet

Your chance to share what others don’t know about your teen, but should. By Anne Vaccaro Brady Every spring high school guidance departments send parents of juniors a questionnaire called the Parent Brag Sheet, explaining that the student’s counselor will … Continue reading

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The Best Way to Approach College Apps with your Kid

This week’s guest bloggers are my kids, Charlie, a college senior and T.K., who graduated college a year ago. Since I’ve written lots of posts on getting through the application process from the parent’s perspective, I thought it might help … Continue reading

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Meet with your Senior’s Guidance Counselor Early

Sit down with your student and their counselor soon after classes begin. by Anne Vaccaro Brady Give your teen’s guidance counselor a couple of weeks to work through class scheduling issues with other students and then make an appointment. This applies … Continue reading

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