• We all want our child to become the best, the most, he or she can be. What 8 things can you do now, to prepare your middle-schooler  for college? According to Jay Matthews, education columnist  for the Washington Post, the answers do not require a college education on your part, or a lot of money. They do;  however, require an investment of time, and interest.

    Start now!  Read what Jay has to say in ”8 Subtle Ways to Prepare Middle Schoolers for College”.


    AVID, (Advancement via individual determination) is a college readiness program designed to help your middle-schooler become more organized, and to become a better student through 4 main strategies.WICR-(writing, inquiry, collaboration and reading). Read more at www.avid.org

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