Is your child in the throes of choosing their classes for next year? This can be a thorny process because students want to select classes that not only meet their high school graduation requirements, but which will also help situate them well when they apply...

Your child is elated . . . they have been admitted to their top choice college. And then moments later they are deflated . . . the admission is for the spring. Spring admissions? What is that? Why do colleges have them? Should a student...

Your child hit “submit” on their application . . . but that does not mean the application process is over. Many colleges offer students the opportunity to interview. There are two types of college interviews: the evaluative and the informational. An evaluative interview is intended...

Students who were not ready to apply early decision or early action to college in November may have an opportunity to revisit that choice. Over 70 colleges offer an EDII option and a smaller number have an EAII option – these applications are typically due...

The decision whether to reopen college campuses this fall was undoubtedly a difficult one for college presidents (and their Boards of Trustees or state governing boards), requiring institutions to balance health and safety concerns, finances and what a residential college experience could be in the...

Does your high school or college student seem especially stressed out right now? The pandemic and virtual learning is causing a lot of students – and their parents – stress; some physicians refer to it as pandemic mental fatigue. As we begin to approach the...

You thought your child’s college list was in its final stages . . . your son or daughter had attended virtual information sessions, taken live-stream tours, and carefully investigated college websites. And then they come to you in some state of distress, not at all...