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The Top Five Stories You Should Read Today (April 23, 2014)

College preparation starts in your first years of high school 


5 Academic Skills Middle School and High Schools Students Should be Practicing for College (Part 3) – Note Taking

The final two skills your students should be practicing in high school (and middle school) are absolutely essential for success in college, Note Taking and Time Management.  544 more words


This Is How the New SAT Will Test Vocabulary

“This Is How the New SAT Will Test Vocabulary” by Katy Steinmetz

A redesigned SAT due out in the spring of 2016 will no longer reward students for the rote memorization of semi-obscure word definitions, but instead emphasize “high utility” words they’re more likely to encounter in life. 162 more words

High School Freshman

The Weekly Rundown: Make Your Own College Experience

This week in college news aimed at advising juniors and seniors as they consider college decisions.

  • Advice for Asian teens to find balance in academics and college expectations. 
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The 5 Big SAT Changes You Need to Know

High school freshmen and sophomores will take a new version of the SAT in 2016. Here’s a run-down of what they can expect and how to prepare. 327 more words


LIfehack to Improve Your Reading

Lifehack for Improving your Reading

When you go visit an acquaintance for the first time, do you feel the same way I do? It seems like it takes forever to get there. 457 more words
College Prep

Official Transcripts

As the end of the school year approaches, I get many requests for official transcripts. Due to Pastor Carl’s schedule and the general “busyness” of this time of year, please allow 7 days turn around time for all official transcript requests! 7 more words