High School Students

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By: Jessica Dickenson — March 28, 2023
This article discusses how earning your GED can open thousands of new opportunities in your career, and provides alternative paths if you are opposed to the idea of enrolling in GED courses.
By: Kennae Hunter — March 27, 2023
There are a few ways to get to know a city and determine if it is right for you.
By: Dr. Gwendolyn Maria Parrish — March 27, 2023
As a parent, you may know the feeling: you wake up one day and realize that your kids are all grown up and living on their own. If you want to get over that empty nest feeling - here are a few steps you can take.
By: Mackenzie Roberts — March 20, 2023
If you're someone who chooses to study in a coffee shop, there are a few things to consider to ensure you remain productive. Here is a list of DO's and DON'Ts of coffee shop studying.
By: Patricia Roy — March 10, 2023
Some writers believe style is something you either have or don’t, but like most things, good style can be learned.
By: Xavier Royer — March 9, 2023
You will certainly look at some of your choices and habits during your time on campus and laugh in the future. But, truly, no one cares.
By: Samantha Bockoven — March 6, 2023
Here are a few steps you can take while in high school that might help give you insight on what you want to study before you even step foot on campus.
By: Al Dickenson — February 22, 2023
There are many considerations for choosing the school that is right for you. Consider the following questions when college shopping.
By: Hannah Renouard — February 22, 2023
Traditional team sports are not an option for many homeschooled families. This article discusses the benefits of having your child play sports before sending them off on their own.
By: Heather Rech — February 21, 2023
This article provides useful tips to start your journey of learning a second language.
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