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Scores sagging for high school grads taking ACT college test

WASHINGTON (AP) — Nearly two-thirds of this year’s high school graduates took the ACT college entrance exam, and their scores suggest that many remain unprepared for the rigors of college-level coursework. 629 more words


3 Reasons Why College Textbooks Are So Expensive and How to Save as Much Money as Possible

The ever-rising costs of college tuition have caused many to rethink their education, but one subject that has gotten under many noses is college textbooks… 838 more words


When should students start thinking about college?

There are differences in opinion as to when students should start thinking about college. Some families start thinking about college before a baby is born, while other students start thinking about college when they get to high school. 704 more words

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10 Skills I Want My Children to Have Before They Leave for College

Today is Sunday, the day I post about our family and our lives.

My children are growing up.  We cannot deny it, we have to support them and help them be the best people that they can be.   451 more words


5 Habits Every College Freshman Needs

1. Set apart a daily time during which you spend time with God in prayer and in His Word.

Spending time daily with God is critical to our spiritual well being. 564 more words


Congrats to the 2016 First Gen Scholars!

Congratulations First Generation Scholarship winners! Three Heritage High School students in the school’s NET Program were awarded merit-based scholarships at the Class of 2016 Senior Awards Night in May. 130 more words

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The College Application Timeline

As incoming college freshmen are packing up their childhood rooms and heading off to the great adventure that is their first year of college, high school seniors are embarking on an adventure of their own: college applications. 588 more words