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What Huntington's Premier, 32-Hour, and 14-Hour SAT/ACT Prep Programs Look Like

Whether your students need a little or a lot of help to raise their SAT or ACT score, Huntington offers college entrance exam prep programs for students striving to achieve their goals. Huntington’s programs are customized to each student. 

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Freshman Year Checkup: Is Your Student Off to a Good Start?

In high school, it’s more important than ever to correct problems as soon as they arise and not ignore red flags when you notice them.

Here are a few things to pay attention to so you can make sure your freshman is on the right track.

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What Does it Take to Get a Strong GPA in High School?

You know that earning good grades requires effort, but what exactly does it take? Here is some wisdom about achieving a strong GPA in high school to share with your teen.

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Tips For Your Student to Increase Their Odds of Acceptance at Competitive Colleges

If your high school student is shooting for the stars and you want to be supportive, here are a few tips to share that will help them put their very best foot forward. If your student has big goals and you want to help them get ahead, call Huntington. We work with children of all ages who want to do better in school as well as those who are striving to get ahead and achieve great things. 

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Seven Tips for Filling Out the FAFSA

Attention, parents: filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is definitely time well spent. You can submit the FAFSA as early as October 1, 2021 for the 2022-2023 school year, so it’s time to start getting your materials in order. Here are seven tips for filling out the FAFSA.

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Five College Majors That Lead to In-Demand Careers

College is an investment in your student’s future, and you want to encourage them to make the very most of it. Some students head off to college with a specific major in mind, while others are uncertain. It can be helpful to know what majors are out there that can lead to a good job after graduation.

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