A college education is a critical goal for most high school students. The challenge of the college search process is identifying the college of your teenagers’ dreams that also suits their learning style and the family finances. College Solutions has been assisting families with this daunting task since 2001.
We understand how valuable time is to you and to your student. Colleges begin to evaluate your child’s performance after he/she completes eighth grade. We help you make the right decisions to maximize your child’s high school experience while laying a strong groundwork for his/her college admission.
College Solutions understands that you want to make a sound investment in your child’s education. Did you know that 55% of students finish college within six years, rather than the traditional four? We can help your children maximize their time and your money, even if they have yet to identify specific career goals. We can help maximize need-based aid and process financial aid forms. It is important to know which colleges are more likely to award merit-based grants versus those that restrict financial aid to those with significant need.
Most importantly, we can help your children stay organized and achieve their dreams. There is no reason to wait. High school students can achieve amazing feats.
Call us for a free consultation to learn how we can help you through this process.
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The biggest challenge high school students have is to dream big. The biggest challenge parents have is to encourage students to dream big. Here is a great example of dreaming big. Each student needs to define what dream big means for them. This student was able to enter space. https://thespacereporter.com/2017/05/nasa-launch-teen-designed-lightest-satellite/Full Article »
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