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Fine-Tuning the Activity Sheet

Formatting activities for the application. By Anne Vaccaro Brady I’ve written about putting together an activity sheet or high school resume in an earlier post. Once that’s done, your student should use this master sheet to create a new list … Continue reading

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Tips for Filling Out College Applications

These 10 suggestions will make the process easier for everyone.  by Anne Vaccaro Brady Today, college applications are completed online, a much quicker and simpler method than what most of us experienced. Gone are the days of sitting at the … Continue reading

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Getting Organized for the College Application Process

Here’s how to help your high school senior prepare to apply to college.  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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When to Meet with your Junior’s Guidance Counselor

A fall meeting is a good time to discuss your high school junior’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 … 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 their strengths … Continue reading

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College Admissions Summer Planning

Now is the time to finalize the college list, prep for SAT/ACT tests, write the Common App essay and more. by Anne Vaccaro Brady There’s one way to make the fall college application process less stressful—use the summer to get … Continue reading

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