Are you ready for college? Tips from the experts on college planning and individual learning needs

Written by Stan Ezekiel and Rachel Buday There is no need to stress about preparing for college. Your junior and senior years in high school are demanding enough without losing your cool while getting ready for some serious college planning. In this article, Stan Ezekiel of College Planning Group, and Boston-area Learning Specialist, Rachel Buday,

Scholarship And Student Loan Scams

Over the last several years, college’s cost has increased more than inflation as well as family income thus forcing many families to look for alternative ways of paying for the cost of a college education. Students, as well as their parents, are borrowing more money to help pay for college expenses than ever before. A

Get Packing for College

Shop ‘til you drop or pack just the essentials, it’s all in how you look at it! Needed school supplies: Laptop, notebook, backpack, pens/pencils, a sturdy water bottle, extra USB cables, extra phone chargers. Bedding: Most dorm beds are extra-long twin size. You will need 2 sets of extra-long sheet sets, (top sheet, fitted sheet,

Recruiting Process Through The Eyes Of College Coaches

For many college coaches, recruiting is by far the most important part of building a successful athletic program.  The process can be frustrating, time-consuming and in some circumstances, disorganized for the high school athlete and the college coach.  Many families of student-athletes do not realize that college coaches spend 50% or more of their time