About HS CounselorWeek
This weekly resource searches main media outlets finding stories that may be of interest to high school counselors, college admission officers and related organizations, and provides links to the original articles. It is published by High School Counselor Marketing.
How to Compare Financial Aid and Make That Final College Decision
TeenLife Blog - May 7, 2018
As offers of college admission and financial-aid awards arrive, students (and parents) are faced with some difficult decisions. Do you accept an offer from a dream college that you simply can’t afford?
Here's how much it actually costs to attend the top 17 colleges in the US
CNBC- May 7, 2018
At many top colleges, the sticker price doesn’t tell the whole story. After grants and scholarships are awarded, some of the best schools in the country become much more affordable
College Corner: Take The ACT—You May Be Pleasantly Surprised
CapeNews.net-May 5, 2018
There will be thousands of high school students on the Cape and across the country taking the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) on Saturday, May 5. If your son or daughter is one of them, then let me explain why I strongly recommend that they also take the American College Test (ACT).
SAT and ACT flunk out in documentary 'The Test & the Art of Thinking'
Los Angeles Times-May 3, 2018
Michael Arlen Davis’ briskly informative, convincing documentary takes aim at those gantlets of supposed aptitude measurement, the SAT and ACT…Davis interviews students, teachers, parents, academics and tutors, and finds only more grounds for controversy