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How to Write an Attention-Grabbing College Essay

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How to Get the Most Out of High School Programs

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8 Habits of Successful Students

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How to Get Ready for the Digital SAT

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Ready for What’s Next? A Guide for Parents of College-Bound Kids

College can be scary and confusing for both kids and parents. Here's a guide for parents on preparing their kids for what is yet to come.

College Supply List for Commuting Students

Students commuting to college don't live on campus, but they still need a back-to-school college supply list. Find suggestions from pros on what you need to keep up with college demands.

Innovative Scholarships and Programs Support Graduates of GVSU Charter Schools

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The Importance of Early Career Exploration for Teens

How internships, job shadowing and other early career exploration programs in high school can guide kids' career aspirations – saving time, money and heartache.

6 Key Ways Parents Can Prepare Middle Schoolers for College

Is it too soon to assess if your tween is on the right track? Experts say it's a prime time. Learn six ways to help prepare middle schoolers for college.

Preparing for College Checklist for Students and Parents

During all four years of high school, there are ways for students to get ready for the next steps. Use this preparing for college checklist to help.

High School Counselor Robyn Weiss’ Tips to Prep for College

Berkley High School counselor Robyn Weiss offers some great tips to prep for college (hint: dial down the stress!) – plus year-by-year insight.

SAT Prep Classes in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

High schoolers looking to get a leg-up on the test can sign up for SAT prep classes throughout Oakland, Macomb, Wayne and Washtenaw counties.
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Fun Ways to Celebrate Leap Day in Metro Detroit

2024 is a Leap Year, which only happens once every four years. Check out these kid-friendly events to commemorate the occasion.

Exciting Metro Detroit Events for Tweens and Teens

Is your teen complaining that they're bored? Find upcoming events and at-home activities that teenagers will actually enjoy.

Adorable Metro Detroit Events for Babies and Toddlers

Check out these things to do with your little one.

Summer Camps for Kids in Oakland County

Get your kids ready for summer camp with these options in Oakland County!Looking for a summer camp in Wayne County? We've got you covered with some of the best summer camps for kids.
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