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.
Twitter poll results: who do you turn to for college tuition advice?
USA Today - May 10, 2018
Think your college’s financial aid office is your best – or only – resource for advice on how to finance your children’s college tuition?
Smart Strategies for Paying for College
ConsumerReports.org-May 13, 2018
And if you’re the parent of a graduating high school senior, you must also be pretty relieved that the college-application process is behind you.
Should SAT and ACT Test Results Be Optional in College Admissions?
Voice of America-May 12, 2018
Standardized testing is a major part of applying for admission to colleges and universities in the United States.
Q: Should My Teen Take the ACT or the SAT?
ADDitude - May 16, 2018
Your teen would likely prefer to take neither college entrance exam, but chances are he’ll need to take at least one if he wants to continue his education after high school. Here’s how parents can help teens decide whether to prepare for and take the SAT or the ACT.