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How do you stand out from the crowd when applying for college? Here's your guide to crafting a well-refined and organized application.
It's never too late to start saving for college, but it's never too early either. Here are six tips to get you started.
Here are a few things to consider when deciding if a women's college is right for your daughter.
Are you wondering how to pay for college? Check out these five expert tips and ideas for how to finance college.
Students and families alike have concerns about loan repayment. Here's what you need to know about loan forgiveness options that might help you and your family.
Believe it or not, middle school lays important foundations for higher education. Here's what you can do now to pave the way for future success.
Remember those last carefree weeks of high school? If you have a kid in high school, be warned: the 'senior slump' you remember may be a thing of the past.
A lot happens between being accepted to college and the first day of class.  Below are 5 tips for parents with college bound kids
Here are some key action steps for parents and students to help organize and make sense of the college admissions process.
Teens with stellar SAT results haven't just given themselves a leg up to a great school, they've also scored themselves a publishing gig.
In today's digital age, our behavior online is accessible by most anyone, which can be a problem when it comes to college admissions. Find out what you can do.
Learn how cyber charter schools work, and find out if they're right for your child.
Last summer your teenager lazed around the pool. This summer, he's old enough to get a job. So should you send him out into the workforce?
Here are some things that seniors should keep in mind in their last semester of high school.
If empty nest (or emptying nest) syndrome is affecting you, the thought of her first solo flight may also be making your chick uneasy.  Here's how to cope.
Helping your children get into college is no picnic. But with tuition outpacing inflation, paying for your child's education can be an even bigger headache.
There are some simple tricks for the SAT that every test taker should have that don't cost a thing. Here are some quick tips to help your teen ace the test.
Before you let your kid swap the blackboard for the browser screen, make sure youâre prepped for success.
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