Twelfth Grade Educational and Parenting Articles

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Does your teen need (or want) a fifth year of high school?  A parents' guide to understanding the post-graduate year.
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.
Here are the do's and don'ts for scoring that athletic scholarship.
How do you stand out from the crowd when applying for college? Here's your guide to crafting a well-refined and organized application.
Wondering what's up with financial aid for college these days? Here's what you need to know.
What do kids need to make their college dreams a reality? Advice for parents on what to do and what not to do, in high school to help them gain admission.
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.
Gear up for graduation! Take this busy time by the rains and tackle it one step at a time with a checklist of the top things to do before you graduate.
Even the most sensible kids take risks they shouldn't on prom night.  Here's what you need to know to keep your teen safe.
Read about the top eight things that freshmen fear about college: 'Am I smart enough?', 'Will my roommate be weird?', and other common college fears.
If your son or daughter uses a wheelchair or needs significant assistance with daily living activities, you may want to consider one of these ten schools.
Overviews college attendance for a learning disabled student including guidelines for choosing a college, predictors of success, and instructional
The experience of stress during the college application process is inevitable - for both teens and their parents. Here are some guidelines to make this a
Will a college education help students develop the skills they need for rewarding job opportunities? Employers and researchers answer, 'not exactly.' This
From school work to sports to college search, is your schedule making you tired? Here are some tips for coping with senior year.
Every college visit should have at least two dimensions, formal and informal. To cover both, begin your planning with this checklist.
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