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One of the best ways for high school students to distinguish themselves is by developing their leadership skills. Involvement in student clubs, activities, and athletics can all help juniors and seniors stand out from the crowd on college admissions applications. Many special scholarship opportunities are also available for students who take on leadership responsibilities.
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For high school students interested in post-secondary education, it pays off to start planning early for college. Here are some ways students can set themselves up to achieve success in college:
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Categories: College List, Senior Year in High School, College Funding | Tags: College planning , College Prep , Scholarships | Comments: (0) | View Count: (471)
Good grades, excellent letters of recommendation, and strong standardized test scores are all important for college admissions. But what about paying for college? Earning a scholarship for volunteering just may close the gap of how much you will owe. The average student still needs to come up with $7,000.00 to $14,000.00 after financial aid is awarded. What you need to know about volunteering:
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Know how it works and get ready!
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Categories: College Funding, Community Service, Financial Aid, Student Athletes, Student Scholarships | Tags: scholarship facts and myths , Scholarships , EFC | Comments: (0) | View Count: (910)
RecruitLook welcomes The Coaching Educator Team to their family. This will further help student athletes with strategic planning and reaching their goals at the college level.
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The 2016 SAT Changes and What Skills Will Your Student Need? | The Coaching Educator
The SAT redesign according to College Board's announcement and how this news impacts your 9th grader by The Coaching Educator.
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Senior Year….Ready, Set, Go…

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Senior Year….Ready, Set, Go…
The best approach for dealing with Senior year starts with a calendar. Get one fast and break down the tasks that need to be accomplished.
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Categories: Senior Year in High School, College Funding, College List, Uncategorized | Tags: | Comments: (0) | View Count: (1241)
Financial Aid Package isn't what you expected? | The Coaching Educator
Many financial aid packages do not cover the full cost of college. Most cover only a small portion. What can you do?
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The Art of Community Service.... | The Coaching EducatorThe Coaching Educator
Community Service is such an important part of developing yourself as a student. It helps train students for real work positions and it helps form a person fully.
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