Advanced Placement classes help high school students get a head-start on preparing for college. These courses can help a student better prepare for college by helping him or her to stand out in admissions, earning college credit, and even learn important skills for college.
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Math is a critical part of STEM education. Experts believe jobs in the math fields will be in great demand in the future. We discuss some of the most in-demand math fields and the career paths to consider.
Creativity is more than a positive expression; it is a vital contributor to the health and happiness of all children. It promotes self-confidence, fosters flexible thinking and boosts problem-solving capabilities. Each of these serves a child well at every stage of their academic career and help build innovative and adaptive adults.
The competition to get into the best college is high, but what can set students apart are their scores on the ACT. We dive into the ACT to give students the best chance of getting a high score.
The National Merit Scholarship Program can help students earn college scholarships. We have all the information you need to help your child navigate the process and study for the PSAT.
A look at the structure and subjects included in the SAT exam and how college-hopeful students can prepare to take it.
Curious about how to become a National Merit Scholar? Here’s what you need to know.
The National Merit Scholarship program is a coveted merit-based competition that recognizes high school students with outstanding standardized test scores and high-caliber extracurricular resumes.
Teens learn valuable skills and important life lessons while volunteering
Whether you are looking for ways your child can earn required volunteering credits, productive ways to spend the summer holidays, or simply encouraging your student to give back to his or her community, volunteer work is a great option.
Some students recognize their interest in law before they begin college – and for them, it only makes sense to follow that passion and learn more about the profession as early as high school.