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Author: Jason Bullock

SAT & ACT: Three Tips for Counselors for Starting the School Year Right

The start of the school year ushers in an avalanche of information and obligation for students and parents: course changes, sports and club schedules, event calendars, arts performances, parent nights, volunteer opportunities…the list goes on. Amid the bustle, even important things like the SAT and ACT can get pushed aside. But by executing on a Read More

How your students can handle stress in college

Attending university or college is a very exciting step in life. A lot of uncertainty and stress comes with it, however. Students have to deal with studying for exams, finishing assignments on time, worrying about their future, and making new friends. Trying to manage all of these goals can leave you feeling overwhelmed and can Read More

Benefits of alternative schools

Halstrom Academy in California recently posted a blog about the benefits of alternative schools for some students. While this is written for high school age and younger students it can also be applicable to your students as they begin searching out their post-secondary educational options. Here are some of the key points from the article Read More

What Counselors Need to Know about Private Student Loans

When it comes to the college application process, parents and students look to high school counselors to give them the information that they need in order to be successful. That’s especially true when it comes to the financial aid process as it’s a part of the application process that’s especially confusing. Many parents and students Read More

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