Touring Colleges
December 31, 2020

How to Tour a College Online – Pandemic Version One ritual that many families undertake each year is the trek to visit college campuses so that students can see for themselves what they like and don’t like, and can start to really imagine themselves as a college student on a particular campus.  The Great Pandemic…

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How to Ace the Boarding School or College Zoom Interview
September 28, 2020

11 Ways to Ace the Boarding School or College Zoom Interview  originally written by Kristina Grappo and updated for 2020 Okay real talk. The Zoom (or other video chat feature) interview is great. You don’t have to leave your house, you don’t have to wear pants, the possibilities are really endless. Technology– ammiright?! Don’t get…

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Is My Teenager Ready for College?
September 12, 2020

Is My Teenager Ready for College? Michelle and Rebecca were invited to speak to the Colorado Consultants Association to answer that vexing and nagging query: is my teenager ready for college? Utilizing their extensive experience and professional backgrounds, they addressed the various social-emotional needs, learning difficulties, and even current cultural challenges that converge during the…

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Oxbridge Admissions – An Elite International Option
September 8, 2020

Oxbridge Admissions – What you need to know when applying to Oxford or Cambridge written by Jack Doyle, Dphil From President Bill Clinton to influencer Caroline Calloway, Oxford and Cambridge are no strangers to applicants from the United States. These ancient and prestigious universities might be the right fit you didn’t think was possible –…

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Be Prepared for COVID While Away at School
August 24, 2020

Be Prepared for COVID While Away at School The author of this post is unknown, but it was written with the instructions that the reader was free to copy and share it. We felt that the information in here was so relevant that we wanted to help amplify its message. In these uncertain times, the…

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What to Expect This Fall for American Colleges and Universities
July 2, 2020

Four Scenarios That Colleges are Considering While the full scope of the COVID-19 pandemic is yet to be known, one thing is for certain: The Fall 2020 semester at American colleges and universities, and possibly foreign education institutions, will look drastically different than every semester that has come before. Plans are fluid as coronavirus numbers…

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