The PTA will be hosting the College Clinic on Wednesday, Oct. 16 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The event will take place in the East gyms, featuring over 200 different colleges.
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This is Part Four of the College Presentation counseling video, talking about how to apply and what to do to apply to the college of your choice. If you have any questions, see your counselor.
This is part Three of the video shown to seniors in Counseling. Talks about college transcripts and applying to the college of your choice. If you have any questions, please go talk to your counselors, they can answer any questions you have.
Part two of the senior counseling video showing in Seminar on Thursday, please feel free to talk to your counselors if you have any questions.
With the end in sight, seniors often let their grades slip in the last semester of their high school career. To prevent this, colleges are beginning to send “Fear of God” letters, which warn that the college won’t accept the student if their grades don’t improve.
New apps and Facebooks groups are helping students to find roommates
Senior staffer talks about leaving school and the things she will miss after graduation.
For East students and alumni, the transition from high school to college can be a difficult one.
I apologize ahead of time for the subject matter of this blog. I know you’ve already heard me rant about college in several blogs before this. But I’m a senior. What do you expect?
Students should be placing less emphasis on their major when selecting a college.
Prepare yourself for another one of my great blogs with advice about surviving high school. Don’t worry, it will be filled with just as many snarky comments and rhetorical questions.
The Book a Week Project continues with Senior Helena Buchmann reviewing “le petit nicolas.”