Category Archives: Senior News
It’s the end of the 3rd quarter. For anyone who’s not a senior, this is good news. It’s great news in fact. It means spring is around the corner, the weather warms up, spring sports start.
For some seniors however, a grim reality sets in. The good times are over. In general there is no more school, no more scheduled days surrounded by scheduled extracurricular activities. Life truly begins when you leave high school, and with less than 3 months of school left, life is about to begin for a lot of kids. It seems as if nearly everyone is leaving for bigger and better things.
This past summer and fall you spent the majority of your spare time looking at college catalogs, visiting campuses, driving to SAT and ACT tests and of course filling out your applications.
Then you spent the last four months anxiously waiting for an answer. And now the wait is over, your mailbox is full of acceptance letters from the colleges you wanted to attend. The only question is, which one?
In a way, choosing from among the acceptances is a bit like choosing which schools to apply to. During the pre-application period, you gathered information about each college, so now you just need to revisit the information you already know and make a decision.
Being accepted to college should be an incredible life changing experience. Knowing you might lose a best friend in the process can change this experience.
Cupcakes and store bought candies are so cliché try these romantic recipes as an alternative…believe me, you’re lover with love it. Continue reading
Students Shocked. College Application time has come already?
It may be surprising seeing that its only the first few weeks of senior year, but its time to start thinking about college. Whether public or private the college application process starts right now.
Most college applications are due before Winter break, and even earlier if considering early decision.
While college applications may seem complicated, and time consuming if done correctly the process can be as easy as kicking a field goal or baking a pie. Continue reading