Thank you to all our college representatives for coming to Kent for our spring college fair. Thank you also to all the students and families who attended to learn more from our guests and what their institutions have to offer.
Check out some scenes from the fair:
This Sunday (April 23rd), from 4:00-5:30 pm, Kent will host our annual College Fair with 80+ (and counting) colleges and universities setting up information tables in Nadal Hockey Rink. Admissions reps from these institutions are ready to speak with anyone who comes to their tables, regardless to whether you are a 3rd former or PG or… Continue reading COLLEGE FAIR TIPS
Check out the list of college acceptances for the class of 2017! Congrats, #Kent2017!
Written by Rebecca Sabky, former Director of International Admissions at Dartmouth College, this opinion piece in the New York Times shows that true kindness does not go unnoticed in the college admissions process. Check This Box if You’re a Good Person “On college applications, every so often, the kindness of a student can’t help shining… Continue reading “CHECK THIS BOX IF YOU’RE A GOOD PERSON”
SAVE THE DATE: SPRING COLLEGE FAIR ON SUNDAY, APRIL 23RD, 4:00-5:30PM, IN NADAL HOCKEY RINK About 80 colleges and universities are currently signed up to attend Kent’s annual spring college fair, and that number will continue to grow! All Kent students and parents are invited to attend! See what schools are currently registered for the fair:
This article is a good read that puts college admissions decisions into perspective for seniors and their parents. How to Survive the College Admissions Madness “The obsession with elite colleges distorts reality, hurts kids and perverts education.” NYTIMES.COM
Although our seniors are on break now, anxiety levels remain high as they await admissions decisions from colleges. Give them a break: let’s all stop asking them questions about their apps! What’s Worse Than Waiting to Hear From Colleges? Getting Interrogated About It “As anxious high-school seniors await admissions letters, they face a barrage of… Continue reading “WHAT’S WORSE THAN WAITING TO HEAR FROM COLLEGES? GETTING INTERROGATED ABOUT IT”