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How to Help Your Student Pick a College Major

Is your student unsure what they want to study in college? They’re not alone! Many students go off to pursue higher education without a college major in mind. While it’s perfectly acceptable to take a little time to figure that out, college is an investment of both time and money. Your student should start exploring strengths and possibilities in order to make the most of their college experience.

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Ways Teachers Can Rejuvenate During Summer Break

Students need a break after an intense school year, and so do you! Even if you have professional development plans or other education goals while you’re not in school, it is essential that you take time to rejuvenate your mind and recharge your batteries. Here are a few tips

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Ultimate Summer SAT/ACT Prep Plan

So, your college-bound student is starting to think about taking the SAT and/or ACT this summer—for the first, second or even third time. A summer exam prep plan is definitely in order.

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Tips for Effective Summer SAT/ACT Prep

For high school students, the school year is very busy. Summer is a break from school, and the best chance for students to focus their time on preparing for the exam they plan to take.

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Junior Year: How to Prepare for College

College planning picks up significantly during junior year of high school. From taking standardized tests to beginning to research colleges, there is plenty to do and keep track of. This checklist will keep your student focused on the essentials and remind you of what’s most important.

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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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