This comprehensive College Planning Curriculum provides busy high school counselors and educational consultants with detailed information to guide students through the often complex college planning process.
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College Planning Curriculum
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Introduce students to the TRACK IT! Curriculum by clearing up old college admissions myths and help them plan for a purposeful four years of high school. Includes timelines, glossary and more!
The search for the right college begins with exploring oneself, rather than a list of colleges. Assist students in developing their Strengths Based Profile.
It is critical to have a road map for academic planning.
Print and review your High School Curriculum and admission requirements and learn to plan for prerequisites and electives.
Review the differences between the ACT & SAT tests. Introduce the SAT Subject & AP tests. Encourage students to make a plan for testing!
Help your student exercise their power of choice! Students develop their Key College Criteria and learn how to narrow their choice of colleges to a manageable list to explore. Prepare families for meaningful campus visits.
Personal essays are the most time consuming part of college applications, and typically a big source of stress for students. Assist students in gaining insight into the makings of a strong personal statement that reflects their strengths and personality.
One of the best ways to research potential careers is to “try them on”. Assist students in preparing resumes, professional email correspondence, and powerful online profiles to initiate their interest and career development.
Managing your college applications can be a daunting task. Provide students with a means of tracking applications, essays, letters of recommendation, transcripts, standardized tests, and more!
Students can be awarded scholarships for any number of qualities: grades, athletics, outstanding interests, and more. Help students organize efforts to pinpoint their strengths and launch their scholarship search today!
Many families are over-whelmed with the thought of financing college education. The first step is to understand the costs. Then one can look at options such as federal, state, and college specific aid., as well as student loans and other forms of funding.
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