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Class of 2016 Celebrates College Decision Day!

Across the country, May 1st is recognized as College Decision Day. This is the day by which seniors must typically commit to their college of choice. 56 more words


Gap Year: 3 Things You Need To Think About First

Malia Obama is taking a gap year, and the news has made high school juniors and seniors everywhere consider this exciting option for themselves. Who wouldn’t want to put off the academic grind to travel the world, explore interests, or make a difference in a community? 771 more words

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Taking a "gap year" before college is a British tradition that's becoming a big trend in the US

US president Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama announced yesterday (May 1) that their daughter Malia will attend Harvard University. That wasn’t particularly surprising: Many top universities  1,029 more words

Taking the Stress out of "National Decision Day"

May 1 has come and gone. National Decision Day. High school seniors all over the country are made their final decision about where to attend college in the fall. 429 more words

What to do after submitting your tuition deposit

Congratulations to all of the students who have made their final college choice. While the big choice has been made and the tuition deposit has been sent, there are still some things students need to remember before heading off to college in the fall. 821 more words


LCC-Bacolod College Admissions 2016 News

Found this information provided by La Consolacion College – Bacolod:

“To all college prospective or transfer students and their parents or guardians:

“The transition to Kto12 educational system, which introduces two more years of high school in the basic education, has challenged our capacity to accommodate college freshmen for academic years 2016-2017 and 2017-2018. 218 more words


Just Because It's Not An Ivy Doesn't Mean It's Not The "Right Fit"

Working with the population I work with, “right fit” seems to be ever evolving.  That’s why I’m pumped when I read an article like this… 347 more words