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Walk and talk! How to reinforce what matters with your children to combat our screen culture.read more
Two strategies for unfocused high school seniors: an 18-month culinary arts degree (eating isn’t going out of style), a 12 week computer coding camp (but buyer beware)…read more
Screenagers— half admit to being addicted. Parents - we all need to put the the screens away and connect daily with our children - not just to help them attain a degree, but to attain so much more.read more
Earn credits and bypass college courses. Get a second chance at earning credit for AP courses if needed. Save money and time (which is money!) to graduate with minimal debt.read more
Written by Mark Salisbury It’s a little weird to think that anyone out in the real world would perceive a call for transparency in college pricing as an idea that’s time has finally come. But such was the headline of an article from Washington DC last week....read more
What is the difference between Early Action (EA) and Early Decision (ED)? Early Decision and Early Action are college application options which can simplify college decision-making, but are not good choices for every student. Generally, Early Decision and Early Action...read more
A former student asked me some questions about diagnostic testing. So here are my answers. What do test scores say about a student's intellectual ability? Test scores suggest a student’s intellectual capacity for taking a diagnostic test, which for grammar, math, and...read more
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