While much has changed in the college landscape in the past decade, a recent report from the National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC) underscored a key truth about the continued importance of students’ performance in their high school courses. Read the article here.
This past winter, the College Counseling Office began counseling sophomores for the first time. Most conversations I had with sophomores indicated they were happy they could start thinking about the college process early, but many weren’t able to make connections between what they were doing inside and out of school and how that could affect their… Continue reading “WHY JUNIOR YEAR IS SO IMPORTANT FOR COLLEGE-BOUND TEENS”
While all of our students have been working with their college counselors, the Studies Office, and their advisors to determine a personally appropriate program of classes to take next year, it’s important to know that the graduation requirements for Kent may not be the same as the minimum requirements from each college admissions office. Each college… Continue reading “YOUR HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES WILL OPEN THE DOORS TO COLLEGE”