We are so proud of all of our students and their many achievements! Click HERE to see all the schools into which our clients were accepted!
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Five Friendswood High School students competed at the Texas Science and Engineering Fair in San Antonio on Saturday, April 1.
Freshman Aly Knowles placed 2nd in the Senior Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences with Do Electronic Screens ... Read More >
Dear Students and Parents,
I recently published this article and wanted to share it with you personally. Following a student's Birkman, I recommend they conduct informational interviews with professionals that currently work in the top career fields ... Read More >
Soon you will hear the results of those Early Action and Early Decision applications.
Use every defeat or setback as a reason to say, “I can do better.” Use every victory to say, “I knew I could do this!”
During the holiday break:
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Essays are the most time consuming and difficult part of the college application process, and students totally underestimate their importance. A student who applies to 5-10 colleges will need to write between 5 and 20 essays to complete their applications! ... Read More >
Dear Families and Students,
We are thankful for you.
In the speed and distractions of everyday life, especially during college application season, we often strive to accomplish goals and can easily forget to take time to pause and to appreciate ... Read More >
Send Texas A&M and UT Austin applications by mid-November. Deadline is December 1.
You may receive college rejection letters as early as November. Such a letter is not an assessment of your personal worth. They simply mean that you and ... Read More >
One student knew that he had submitted all of the required documents and could not figure out why his application was not complete. It took a phone call to the out-of-state College Admissions Office to discover that 2 admissions applications had been ... Read More >