Yes, Being accepted to colleges is a wonderful feeling, and deserves to be celebrated, especially if it’s the school you’re most likely going to be attending. But, exposing all of your acceptances to your peers can make others feel bad or disappointed, with the chance that they didn’t get the same result. Although people could have their feelings hurt, being public about where you get … Continue reading Should college acceptances be public?
Every senior who applies to college needs to have their transcripts sent. If this isn’t done, they can’t be admitted to a school. One woman makes sure every single transcript is sent on time, while handling an abundance of other tasks. She is the school’s registrar, Antoinette Yanis. Continue reading Antoinette Yanis takes pride in her role helping students
High school students are often asked, “Where do you want to go to college?” That question then becomes “Where are you going to college?” In an ideal world, all answers should be acceptable, but beneath all the questions and answers hides a stigma of students being expected to attend a “prestigious school.” Continue reading Admissions decisions lead to feeling of disappointment
The only thing giving more anxiety than submitting your applications is finding out if you were accepted or not. Continue reading Students feel pressure of colleges’ early acceptances
Most students feel that actually spending time on a college campus, taking a tour and meeting current students is important to understanding if a college could be a good fit. However, there are different options on how to visit a prospective college or university including staying with a friend who is already at that college or visiting with parents. Continue reading Maximize college visits with friends, family
A select few seniors are looking to not only continue academics studies, but they are also looking into special programs that are on a artistic path. Continue reading Students seek artistic futures
Although first-generation college applicants may have had the same educational background as their classmates, the process can be more challenging. Continue reading First generation college students make exciting, difficult journey