Tens and thousands of students with disabilities enroll in college every year. Applying to college can be a stressful experience. It may be even worse for disabled students because they must worry about not just if the schools offer the best possible education route for them but also if they provide enough accommodations to assist … Continue reading How to apply to college if you have a disability
Three tips seniors can use to finish the second semester strong. #senioryear #academics #Classof2017
Explore the 6 things I wish I knew before starting my college applications which could have helped me avoid stress. The process was a learning experience. This post will help others not make any of the mistakes I made when I began my college applications.
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Have you ever found yourself knee deep in homework, obligations, and chores? Then you may want to start bullet journaling. What Exactly Is It? A bullet journal is a small notebook that is used to incorporate organization and creativity into your life. A bullet journal helps you jot down the important things in your life … Continue reading How to Use A Bullet Journal to Get Organized
There I was, sitting in my first college class. The teacher had just given us our first big assignment….to create a resume. As a dual enrollment student, I was struck. What exactly is a 17-year-old supposed to write about on their resume? I knew this assignment was very important. After all, a resume is a … Continue reading How to Create the Perfect Kick-Butt Resume
The I.B MYP personal project is a seemingly complicated project that is due at the end of your sophomore year in high school. This is completed as a part of the International Baccalaureate Middle School Years Programme. The MYP personal project is a project an I.B student does to achieve a certain product or outcome, … Continue reading 6 Steps to Having the Best I.B Personal Project