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The four series follow Grace Harlowe and her friends through high school, college, abroad during World War I, and on adventures around America. In The High School Girls Series, Grace attends Oakdale High School with friends Anne Pierson, Nora O'Malley, and Jessica Bright. The four promote fair play and virtue while winning over troubled girls like Miriam Nesbit and Eleanor Savell, playing basketball, and founding sorority Phi Sigma Tau. The group becomes friends with boys in their acquaintan ...
 
The definitive resource to help you navigate your way to play college level sports. Hosted by Chris LeGates and Mark Franco - the podcast will cover the various issues that face student-athletes and their parents as they prepare to take their sport to the next level. Guests will include, but not be limited to, college coaches, trainers, recruiters & sports psychologists covering all college sports.
 
High School Strength Coach Podcast. The top high school strength coaches in the nation, the best exercises, the best drills, the latest in strength & conditioning research, all the tools and guidance you need are here at the high school strength coach podcast! This podcast is for you, the high school strength coach that needs new and fresh training ideas to help their athletes reach their highest potential! so get ready to be inspired, and motivated to become the best strength coach you can ...
 
Parent to Prosper (www.parenttoprosper.com) is a place for parents to discover how to thrive by leading the growth and success of their high school and college aged children. Chris Schulz is your host of the podcast - a Board Certified Coach with specialties in Life and Career Coaching + 20 years of experience developing young professionals and leaders in Fortune 100 companies. Chris is also a parent himself, raising three children alongside Kelly, his amazing wife of 20 years. In the podcas ...
 
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Understanding the college admissions process and the importance of the university outreach services with Darius G. Riggins, Director of Outreach & Recruitment at CSU Bakersfield. CSU Bakersfield University Outreach directs most of its activities towards high schools and community colleges to promote educational benefits to all students looking to e…
 
My co-host Carlos Sardó and I interview Maurice Pittman, who works at Idaho State University with TRIO Student Support Services as a Counselor/Advisor. Today's episode is the final episode of the 3 episodes with Maurice, and this episode is loaded with a great wealth of advice; The first two episodes were great, but as they say, “Save the Best for …
 
In today’s episode, my co-host Carlos Sardó and I interview Maurice Pittman, who works at Idaho State University with TRIO Student Support Services as a Counselor/Advisor. This episode is part two of three in which today’s episode we cover questions about, "how do you know a college is a good fit"? Some possible changes in the applications during t…
 
In today’s episode, my co-host Carlos Sardó and I interview Maurice Pittman who currently works at Idaho State University with TRIO Student Support Services as a Counselor/Advisor. This episode is part one of three in which we cover some of the challenges that the COVID pandemic presents in providing services, what does the “new normal” look like, …
 
Jesse Quintanilla from Bakersfield, California CSUB Federal TRIO Talent Search Director, M.Ed provides parents and students an overview of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is an application used by virtually all two and four-year colleges, universities, and career schools for awarding Federal, state, and college-funded st…
 
In today’s episode, we have five outstanding high school students (Alexis, Lucia, Galilei, Colton & Diego) from different high schools and at least one from each grade level, ninth thru twelfth. Today’s show is unique because you will get to listen directly from the students regarding what they are saying about virtual learning. I believe it’s impo…
 
Welcome to Navigating High School, sharing my experience as a high school counselor & interviewing other education experts who will share their advice to help your child succeed in high school & be college or career ready. In this episode, I want to empower the student and the parent by going over the four years of high school and pointing out some…
 
Welcome to Navigating High School, a podcast where I share my experience as a high school counselor and interview other experts in the education field who will share their advice to help your child succeed in high school and be college or career ready. In this episode, we interview a 20-year veteran teacher Rosi Dueñas who provides insights and her…
 
Welcome to Navigating High School, a podcast where I share my experience as a high school counselor and interview other experts in the education field who will share their advice to help your child succeed in high school and be college or career ready. 2020 will definitely be a year we’ll never forget. I was telling some of my friends the other day…
 
Welcome to Navigating High School, a podcast where I share my experience as a high school counselor and interview other experts in the education field who will share their advice to help your child succeed in high school and be college or career ready. I welcome any feedback and requests for other topics you’d like to see covered on the show. We we…
 
We interview Alison Foley of Foley Athletic Advisors about her head coaching career at Boston College, her latest book, "The Elusive Full Ride Scholarship", and a host of other topics that will help student-athletes during this quarantine period.Chris LeGates & Mark Franco ~ Blogger | Podcaster による
 
We interview Nina Sossamon-Pogue who recently wrote; This is NOT 'The END': Strategies to Get Through the Worst Chapters of Your Life. We also discuss the importance of resiliency and how student-athletes can face adversity in life as well as competition.Chris LeGates & Mark Franco ~ Blogger | Podcaster による
 
We interview Coronado High School coach (and elementary school teacher), Kurt Hines. With over 20+ years of coaching experience, Hines has developed a message of positivity and motivation. We thoroughly enjoyed our time with coach Hines - we are certain you will find value from listening.Chris LeGates & Mark Franco ~ Blogger | Podcaster による
 
So many high school students feel some level of uncertainty or anxiety about choosing a college major, and it's completely understandable. Most students have heard many times from teachers, parents and other adults that choosing a major in college is an important decision. It's one of the first big independent decisions of your academic and profess…
 
Recently in the news, the University of Chicago projected to be the first U.S. university to cost $100,000 a year. By 2025, the cost of attendance at elite private colleges may reach the $100,000 mark, based on projections by The Hechinger Report using annual college cost growth rates from 2008 to 2018. That would likely make the University of Chic…
 
The digital revolution has changed the way people learn. Understanding how to interact with the digital tools, networks and social media platforms of the Internet is critical to students today. Schools, libraries, museums and community centers are upgrading technology so young people can access digital tools throughout the day, creating new opportu…
 
For high school students getting ready for college, applying for financial aid is often a big step in the process. Applying for financial aid requires filling out forms: the FAFSA and the CSS Profile. What are these forms and how do you fill them out correctly? We will answer this in this episode of the Your College Concierge podcast.…
 
John is a former DI player from a rural town that dedicated his life to basketball. Through hard work and intense training, he became one of the elites. John also worked with Rick Majerus assisting the Bucks. Lastly, John is the author of "Walk-on Warrior: Drive, Discipline, and the Will to Win"Chris LeGates & Mark Franco ~ Blogger | Podcaster による
 
In this episode, we wanted to cover financial aid for college. Financial aid applications begin in October, with many students in the US submitting forms in hopes of getting money for college. However, many families think they won’t qualify due to income levels being to high—and that’s not always the case! Listen in as we discuss this important top…
 
2.5 million students in the US today are homeschooled. It’s a trend that is growing due to online schools and more parents wanting to offer options or have flexibility for their children. In this episode, we discuss the challenges and opportunities for students that are homeschooled in high school. Listen in to learn what to focus on and how to hav…
 
In this episode, we wanted to cover tips for parents that have teens going back to school. Each year of high school is different, with different goals and expectations. We wanted to help parents understand how to best support their teen in 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade.
 
Free College" and "Loan Forgiveness" are two hot topics that are floating in the media in the US as the 2020 presidential campaign is starting to take off. They sound great, but what do they mean for college students and families with kids that will be in college in the coming years? Peter Ratzan and Carla Holness explain these topics and what they…
 
The college application essay is something that creates anxiety for a lot of students when they are applying to college. We have some tips (do’s and don’ts) for creating a great essay for a winning application. Listen to this episode and hear some of the most useful suggestions we give to our clients.…
 
In the US over the past few months, there have been several incidences of fraudulent behaviors involving parents of college-bound high schoolers. Recently in the state of Illinois, it was discovered that some upper-middle-class and high-income families had been using strategies to get their children to receive federal financial aid when they otherw…
 
"Bright Futures" is a scholarship for Florida residents, for students that choose to attend Florida colleges and universities. It's popular among the students and families we work with, as many attend the University of Florida and Florida State. Recently changes were made to the requirements for students regarding their SAT test scores. We'll revie…
 
Choosing the colleges to apply to can (and should) involve many factors: tuition, scholarships, location, distance from home, opportunities for jobs, campus activities, size, etc. Many families have priorities and constraints when it comes to helping their students get to college. We work with many families that are unsure how to make the best deci…
 
There are several ways students apply to colleges today. Because it’s electronic now, the process has changed dramatically in the last 10-15 years. There are new conveniences but also new challenges. Peter and Carla cover the college application process, and what to know as your child is entering high school (yes, it starts early).…
 
We've recently completed a very competitive college admissions cycle. Many highly qualified students are sitting on waitlists for their dream schools, hoping to hear that they get in. What does it mean if your high school student is on a college waitlist? Is there anything they can do? How long should they hold out for a response? Peter and Carla a…
 
In March 2019, the FBI released information about the largest college admissions scandal in US history. 50 people were arrested due to being involved with an estimated $25B deal involving coaches, parents and a college advisor/consultant. This story rocked the news headlines. Many people speculate about what this means about having unfair advantage…
 
Summer is not far off - yay! It's definitely important to take time to switch gears, relax and have some fun. But there are also some things high school students can do to get ahead of the pack when it comes to getting a job or getting into college. Peter and Carla share their favorite tips for the best ways to maximize summer and make NEXT school …
 
How much does race still play into the college admissions process? This is a heated and controversial topic that appears in the news all too often. In what ways is the issue of race still surfacing across our nation's college campuses today? Peter and Carla discuss this topic and its relevancy in today's college scene.…
 
Taking the opportunity to go visit your child’s top college choices is one of the most helpful things you can do in his/her sophomore, junior and early senior year of high school.Not only does it help your child to get a sense of what the college experience will be like, he or she will have the chance to ask questions, scope out the social scene, c…
 
What happens if you pick your ideal college, you apply and get in, you attend first semester...and then you decide it's not for you? This can be a challenge for new freshman. First, the transition from high school to being away at college is a leap. But what if it's not what you thought, and you want to quit or go somewhere else?In this episode, Pe…
 
The SAT is something that many students stress about—especially if they take the test and don’t get as high of scores as they were hoping. What are some of the options you can consider if you don’t have a high test score (or typically don’t do so well on standardized tests) to still be able to get into your dream school?1 - First, try test preparat…
 
The month of December is a transition month for high school students: it's when we prepare for holiday breaks, but also for jumping into college preparation in 10th, 11th and 12th grade as soon as students return from the break. In this episode, Peter and Carla from Your College Concierge cover what to prepare for and focus on in each grade so pare…
 
If you get accepted by a college, how do they let you know? It used to be that a student would receive an envelope in the mail, but now there are a variety of ways. When you choose a school, what do you do next? Peter Ratzan and Carla Holness cover how the admissions and acceptance process works in this episode from Your College Concierge.…
 
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