Our objective is to guide the family in finding options where the student will not only get admitted, but thrive and find success once on campus.
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Here is a May to-do list to help you successfully transition into summer.
Keep your grades up and complete your assignments with effort. The learning you do now will position you for college-level work.
If you have a learning or physical disability, or health issue, request college accommodations now.
Be timely in your response to information requests from your prospective college so you get priority for orientation, course choices, housing, and the like.
Avoid senioritis and disciplinary issues that could impact your college matriculation. Graduation is so close!
Register and prepare for the SAT or the ACT if you are planning to take tests
Ask two academic junior year teachers for recommendations and be sure to discuss your choices with us first.
Continue researching your list and participate in virtual or in-person tours and information sessions.
Make plans to take both a practice SAT and ACT this spring or early summer to determine which test is a better fit for you. Share your results with us so we can create a testing plan for the coming year.
Work with us to make a list of activities so you can evaluate and see if you may want to pursue an additional interest this summer or next year.
Finalize summer plans and do something interesting and meaningful in line with your interests and goals. You can do independent projects, online or in-person volunteering, work or intern, or take a course. We can help you come up with ideas.
Stay committed to planning ahead for long-term essays and papers, and tests. End the year strong academically.
Prepare for AP exams by studying and trying to perform as well as you can.
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