High School Juniors

Juniors Don’t Procrastinate! Get College Ready Today.

Juniors don’t procrastinate!  Start getting ready for applying to colleges this fall.

It’s a new year and it’s Your Year! Yes, you are still a Junior this January, but come September you will be right in the middle of college application season as a Senior. 

Wouldn’t it be nice to enter Senior year relaxed knowing your are well prepared?

You can. Begin to plan for it now. Start by spending a little time researching colleges already this January. Attend some colleges’ virtual sessions or take a virtual tour -many colleges offer virtual Open House events this spring. You might also want to talk to former or current students at colleges of your interest and get some insider knowledge. Above all, think about what interests you most, about areas or professions you would like to work in in the future. Making a list of your extracurricular activities during your high school years often helps to narrow things down.

What else can you do?

Check out our Resources page. The Resource page is organized by various topics. Each provides you with links that help you deepen your knowledge in a certain college admissions interest area. You’ll find links that guide you in your college search or give you suggestions on how to prepare for an interview or how to create your resume. Check it out!

You can also connect with us. Your initial 20 min Discovery Call with us is free. It’s a way to get to know each other. You can share your questions and concerns regarding the college application process with us and you will learn more about our process and methods.

If you don’t find what you need on Our Services page, let us know and we will be happy to discuss a custom package to fit your unique needs. 

And…don’t forget to take advantage of our January Welcome Promotion! 

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