College Planning for High School Fresh. & Soph.

COLLEGE PLANNING FOR HIGH SCHOOL 

FRESHMEN & SOPHOMORES: It’s too early … isn’t it?

Instructed by Todd Richman 

Many parents of 9th and 10th graders want to know what lies ahead in the college planning and admissions process. The goal of this session is not to add stress, but to help you understand the process, expectations and timing so your student can make smart decisions now that will keep options open for later. This session will address how colleges evaluate applicants, academic planning during high school, extracurricular and summer activities, considerations for student-athletes, when to take standardized tests and how to prepare, and why sophomore year is important to financial aid.  We’ll overview the college admissions roadmap and timeline so you know what’s ahead, and answer your questions. Todd Richman, founder of Achieve Admissions (www.AchieveAdmissions.com), provides personalized guidance for college planning, search and admissions. Todd earned a B.S. from Brown University and served 16 years as a Brown alumni admissions volunteer. He holds an MBA from Stanford University and a Certificate in Educational Consulting from University of California Irvine. Pre-registration is required.


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DATE

TIME

ONLINE

FEE

THURS

10/22

7:00-8:30PM

ZOOM

$20/family