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College Planning:  Welcome Back – Tips for A Successful Academic Year – On Target? Joyful?

College Planning: Welcome Back – Tips for A Successful Academic Year – On Target? Joyful?

Greetings Students and Families ! Whether you’re a high school senior working on your college applications, or a student new to high school (and maybe even wondering about classes and AP vs. AICE vs IB curriculum options)– each new school year creates...
College Admissions & College Planning – TOP 10 Mistakes to Avoid in High School – Part III of III

College Admissions & College Planning – TOP 10 Mistakes to Avoid in High School – Part III of III

Greetings Students and Parents, Regular readers of my blogs and newsletters know that I discourage a hyper-focus on college admissions that sacrifices student joy. In fact I regularly emphasize the importance of high school as an opportunity of discovery —...
College Admissions & College Applications — The Role of Campus Visits

College Admissions & College Applications — The Role of Campus Visits

Greetings High School Students and Families ! Whether you’re just starting high school or a junior who recently completed a PSAT/SAT/ACT or a senior pondering last minute thoughts on the Early Decision/Early Action question- I invite you to read my blog on...
College Admissions – College Fairs & Other Interesting Tips

College Admissions – College Fairs & Other Interesting Tips

Greetings Students & Families! For families in South Florida – Tonight  is Your Night– BOCA HIGH COLLEGE FAIR TONIGHT 6 to 8 p.m. -Please stop by my both and Introduce Yourself-  –Meet College Advisor Bonnie Rabin, PhD – Click to View Tips...
College Admissions – College Fairs & Other Interesting Tips

College Admissions– Tips for Successful College Fairs–Don’t Roam the Aisles!

Greetings Students and Families! Fall is College Fair season! Overnight Campus Visits Too!   Sophomores and Juniors– This is great time  to attend a college fair!  (Seniors – 2020- by now I hope you have your short list of “reach”, “match” and “safeties”...