Sia Knight, The College Savvy Coach, counts down to her most popular blog post. Co-starring in this video are Sia's children, The College Savvy Kids, the next generation in college preparation.
The end of the first semester of senior year often comes with exciting news—early college acceptances! After months of slaving away on countless personal statements and applications, seniors often ...
You've been accepted to college...now what?
GreatSchools asked a San Francisco mom whose sons were accepted at competitive four-year colleges to share her year-by-year timeline for high school. Even if your situation is different, her insights can help you help your child.
Here is one mom's suggested college prep timeline...
In today’s climate, good isn't good enough!! Colleges are looking for GREAT students Colleges are Looking At Your… Grades Recommendations Extra-curricular activities Avatar Test scores GRADE...
Do you know what it really takes to be competitive in today's college admissions environment?
NEWS: The Penn State football team produced a record-setting academic performance during the fall 2014 semester, with 51 squad members earning at least a 3.0 grade-point average, the second-highest total in program history.
Here's some great news about outstanding student-athletes at Penn State.
Perhaps you have been quite efficient and managed to get all of your college applications submitted on time. You have also met with your parents and started to collect the information needed to complete the FAFSA in January.
Do you know the next steps for college admission?
With each new year comes a new set of goals to accomplish, which for high schools parents and students may include a to-do list of scholarships to apply for, deadlines to meet and colleges to visit.
Most people don't think about #6...
Two-year degrees are great, but not all are created equal.
What do you think about the President's plan to fund community college for everyone?
Top colleges are filling more of their classes in early-admissions programs that favor affluent families, placing another barrier before poorer students hoping to better themselves through higher education.
Does early admission really favor the rich?
State awards three-year contract to College Board for SAT testing of juniors, starting in 2016.
Students in Michigan will be able to take the SAT for free. Does your school system offer free college admissions testing?