Hello Class of 2021! You are now high school Juniors!!. In most cases, these students were born in 2003. Set to graduate in 2021, we think their high school days will be a little different from ours. 

 

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Hello Class of 2021! You are now high school Juniors!!. In most cases, these students were born in 2003. Set to graduate in 2021, we think their high school days will be a little different from ours. 

 

They know nothing about this.......dial up 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cost of Attendance for the Class of 2021

State University $141,281    Out of State University $181,852     Private College $377,530

 

*If a family does not have a college fund or if the student does not have scholarships, there is a monthly cost of: 

$1,713 for State University, $2,276 for Out of State University, $4,579 for a Private College

This usually comes in the form of students loans and eventually student debt!!!

You are now making your way through your Junior year ..You are the Class of 2021

 

11th grader it is very important that you continue to build the right GPA and the right Attitude. You are setting a precedent for the remainder of the time that you are in high school. Our prepared students are now on target for scholarships to be put in their portfolio's starting in August of their senior year of high school.  

Students

TO DO:

Start your Junior high school journey by taking challenging classes in core academic subjects. Get to know your high school counselor because it will show him or her that you are interested in your education and they tend to help students more than they know. Talk to them about colleges and their admissions requirements. Many high school counselors have huge workloads of students so please be patient with them. Talk to your school counselor or teachers about Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Find out what courses are available, whether you are eligible, and how to enroll in them. 

 

SPECIAL NOTE....FALL 

Take the PSAT/NMSQT.*You must take the test in 11th grade to qualify for scholarships and programs associated with the National Merit Scholarship Program. 

 

August - October (2019)  Make a list of your awards, honors, extracurricular activities, and paid and volunteer work.  Plan to attend career informationals. College Planning TODAY Services offers various informationals, workshops and group meeting to assist families. Review this website often to keep up with the most current times and locations. * Invite others to these events also. "Like" these social media pages so we can know that you are paying attention. On Facebook - College Planing TODAY Services, Latino College Planning Services, Asian College Planning Services, Education and Scholarships, Promote Education, Scholarships and Recruitment and I would like to go to college

 

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Parents

TO DO:

Review the report card (grades and behavior) status of your child. Make sure that your child is taking classes that prepare them for the years ahead and or make sure (if needed) they are getting the tutoring that they need. Many students are graduating from high school with grade point averages as high as 4.3 and are not doing well on the SAT/ ACT. We recommend that you enroll your child in the Standardized Test Prep Academy. Students are encouraged to start the academy and build up their understanding of the strategies and knowledge of Standardized Test Preparation. To get your child enrolled click HERE TODAY!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make sure you are fully aware of the provisions of any college savings you have opened for your child. At this point, if you don't have a savings plan for your child "traditional" savings plan may not work for you. The professionals at College Planning TODAY Services will be able to assist you with several options.  To get started TODAY with cash accumulation options for your child go HERE and register!!

               Ask about the "Million Dollar Baby" Program

This program provides up to $12,000 a year for college($48,000) plus a financial plan that helps your child for the rest of their lives. 

Only for students up to 9 years old!