Check out the list of college acceptances for the class of 2017! Congrats, #Kent2017!
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”
Thank you to all the families that attended last weekend’s 5th Form Parents’ College Workshop! It was great to meet you all, and we hope the program was demystifying and illuminating. Also, a very big thanks to our four admissions representatives, who traveled from all over the country, to run the program! (Thank you, Grace, Nate,… Continue reading SCENES FROM THE 2017 PCW / RECORDING OF THE 2016 PCW
We previously posted the list of colleges where students in the Class of 2016 were admitted. Now you can check out the Class of 2016 College Matriculation List! Good luck, #Kent2016! We wish you all the best in college and beyond!
You must think I’m scolding you, 6th formers and PG’s, but I honestly bring up Senioritis and Senior Sliding to help you. Ms. Haines and I spoke to you a few weeks ago about our experiences working in college admissions and the consequences we imposed on accepted students who slid. The last thing you want is to… Continue reading 6TH FORM SLUMPIN’
With the college process coming close to an end, PG’s and 6th formers, you’ll be receiving more and more admission decisions this month. Notify your counselor of decisions as they come in–not just the good, but also the disappointing or confusing. Let us help you adjust your plan as you hear what enrollment options you… Continue reading TELLING YOUR COUNSELOR ABOUT DECISIONS