The phenomenon of spirit animals exploded in grade schools, college campuses, and click-bait sites like Buzzfeed a few years ago. It’s a more interesting version of the “What’s your favorite color?” query of elementary days. A self-described sloth probably likes
Parents everywhere agree they want what is best for their child and his/her future. This future almost always includes your child attending a great university. So the question remains: how do you prepare your child for a great school?
Getting into an elite college isn’t always easy. While many high schools provide college counselors of some sort to aid the process, that is not always enough. Some high school college counselors are stretched too thin, trying to help too
Has the college admissions process been hard for you and your loved ones? Choosing the right college can seem like such a heavy burden on both child and parent. A recent trend has been happening amongst students about to enter
Most college-bound students know they will have to take either the SAT or ACT at some point, but deciding which to take can be confusing. To help you decide, I have compiled a list of some of the key differences
Whether they learn the material in a small group setting or with a private tutor, even the brightest students need to prepare for standardized tests such as the ISEE. If you are still on the fence about whether or not