Seminar A: Start Now

For too many students, middle school leads to a shift of focus: academics to social media.  Unfortunately, this tends to carry over to high school, creating problems that later surface when students start looking at colleges.

Discussions will focus on how parents can help keep their student on a path that will better prepare them for and through high school, so their student is in a better position to get admitted to the college of their choice and receive a better scholarship offer.

This seminar is designed primarily for parents with students in 6th through 9th grade.

The following are the main topics covered in the seminar:

Recommended high school courses
Learn how to study: ahead, read, self-review, identify the smart kids
Find out who are the better teachers and take their courses
Grades: un-weighted vs. weighted GPA
AP Classes: advantages vs. disadvantages
Dual-credit classes
Extra-curricular activities: quality vs. quantity
ACT, PSAT, & SAT: advantages & disadvantages
National Rank - why this matters to colleges & parents
"Game Video" - Test Information Release
Work: summer, part-time jobs, think long-term
Academic camps
College visits: group tours, older siblings
High school sports: guard your time, don’t sacrifice academics
Role of high school guidance counselors (private vs. public)

Due to the governor's recent Tier 3 mitigations, we have to postpone our in-person seminars until 2021.  However, they are currently available online (see below).

Seminar A - Online

Watch the entire seminar and/or the individual segments. You will have access to this seminar for two months, which allows your family to review this important information as much as you desire. At the end of the two-month period, you will have the option to extend access, if needed.

Watch it today for just $18.50