Guest Post: “The School Part of School”

About the author: Rohan graduated with a full International Baccalaureate Diploma in 2012.  He moved from Northern California to the Midwest for college at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.  He’s currently majoring in Biomedical Engineering and plans to attend medical school.   The academic requirements for both engineering and pre-medicine can be demanding.  Rohan’s previous guest posts addressed the importance…

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More College Admissions 101

Additional insights to answer the complex questions Hewlett Packard employees asked during our second College Admissions and Financial Aid Brown Bag Lunch, since we were limited in our discussion time last week.  Each topic is bolded, with the details listed below: College Application Essays The autobiographical college application essays are a meaningful part of any application, as one of the…

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‘Twas the Night Before Choosing A High School…When No Parent Could Sleep

“High School, already?!?” For middle school parents, who may be simultaneously lamenting their Tween no longer being a child, while anxious about sensing the beginning of “all things teenager”, they’re faced with seemingly complex decisions regarding high school.  In my experience, many parents believe an acceptance into the “right” college and being prepared for said college, starts with choosing a…

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