HOW TO GET RECRUITED AS A SCHOLAR-ATHLETE

Getting recruited to play college sports can be one of most thrilling experiences. Yet, the student-athlete experience varies quite a bit, depending on a range of factors, such as the division level, team dynamics, and coaching style.Choosing the right school for you depends on a variety of factors, such as school size, location, academic opportunities available, and campus culture. Learn more about what to do through high school to be a a compelling athletic recruit.

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Applying to College with a Learning Difference or ADHD

If you have a learning difference (LD) or ADHD and are applying to college, you need to start the process by asking yourself one very important question: 

“What accommodations and supports do I currently rely on for my schoolwork?”

Different colleges and universities will all have different levels of support for students with learning differences. It is important to apply to colleges that offer you the support you need to succeed.

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Powerful Free/Low-Cost Summer Enrichment for Teens

This is the time of year for students to make exciting summer plans, especially for rising juniors and seniors. Highly selective colleges expect and truly care about how students spend their summers, aside from academic work and family trips. In fact, a number of top schools use one of their supplemental essays to ask about summer experiences. Powerful, creative summer plans reveal leadership and initiative that can help tip a student into a great college.

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