March 23, 2021

Don’t Get Fooled Again – Commonly Confused Words

Hello everyone! Today we are going to look at some commonly confused words: words everyone struggles to spell or use properly. These words often appear on […]
March 23, 2021

Being Smart About Spring Break: Use the extra time this year to get ahead

Being Smart About Spring Break: Use the extra time this year to get ahead This year, spring break possibly looks a little different. With a “staycation” […]
February 11, 2021

Celebrating Valentine’s Day At Home With Your Family This Year

If nothing else, this past year has taught us the importance of family. Weathering storms (like all of 2020) is easier when you have love and […]
February 11, 2021

How can you best express your feelings this Valentine’s Day (and all the time)?

Emotional Intelligence, often referred to as EQ (emotional quotient), is your ability to process and relate to the feelings of yourself and others. Navigating social situations, […]
January 24, 2021

Updated CollegeBoard SAT and PSAT Regulations: What This Means For You

Updated CollegeBoard SAT and PSAT Regulations: What This Means For You CollegeBoard announced on Tuesday, January 19, that it’s doing away with SAT Subject Tests and […]
January 24, 2021

Punctuation Perfect: The Apostrophe ‘

Punctuation Perfect: The Apostrophe  It’s a New Year! If your resolution was to master punctuation, this is the perfect way to start. The apostrophe is hard […]
December 28, 2020

What To Do If You’re Waitlisted

Chances are, during this month and those to come, you’ll be getting some results from your college applications. When we apply to schools, we generally consider […]
December 28, 2020

Punctuation Perfect: The Colon :

You have a to-do list: things you want to do, the impact you want to have on others, responsibilities to family and friends. Your list is […]
November 13, 2020

Best Test Dates During Coronavirus

With the schedule of standardized testing having changed significantly, it’s worthwhile to sit down and chart out the best schedule for you, especially if you’re a […]
November 13, 2020

Punctuation Perfect: The Semicolon

Punctuation Perfect: The Semicolon             Texting, e-mail, college app, social media, SAT/ACT English Writing test. The list of ways we use the written word is growing, […]
October 5, 2020

Volunteering from Home

You’ve heard about working from home, but what about volunteering? Since college deans named “volunteering” as an important component in this year’s admissions process, you may […]
October 5, 2020

Why you Shouldn’t Sweat the PSAT

If you are in 9th or 10th grade and starting to think about college and higher education, good for you. It is never too early to […]