How to make a college list
7 tips to help teens and parents create, revise, and finalize the list of colleges your child will apply to.
5 things to do when your child wails "But I don't want to go to school!"
Just in time for back-to-school, experts offer their best advice for handling those inevitable mornings.
The best pre-homework snacks
It's 3 o'clock: is your child hungry, tired, and irritable? The right afterschool snacks can get them through homework time with energy and focus.
Share your story in a school review
Reviewing your child’s school helps other parents find the right school for their child, and it's a great way to show gratitude for what you appreciate (and offer perspective on what you don't). Here are some tips for writing a helpful review.
Scholarships for first-generation college students
There's scholarship money available specifically for students whose parents didn’t go to college. Here are a few great sources to check out.
Why teens aren’t in any hurry to grow up
"Adulting," a verb used to describe teens performing adult responsibilities as if this were remarkable, has now entered the lexicon. Here's why.
Schley Middle High School: Doing what's best for kids
In the name of doing what's best for kids, College Success Award-winning Schley Middle High School embraces dual-enrollment, offers one-on-one academic and college counseling, and ensures that there's a path for every student.
Choosing the wrong college can be bad for mental health
Choosing the wrong college — one that's less academically rigorous than the student's high school — can be bad for mental health, according to a new study.
Goals are a graduation requirement
At College Success Award-winning Cass City Junior and Senior High School, all students are walked through the process of planning their postsecondary paths.