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Right C3 - College Preparation

Guidance for high school students to prepare and plan for admission in college of their choice. This is done via workshops to help parents and students make right selection of course in the right college at right price.

20 community college students honored as nation's best

All-USA Community College Academic Team face down hardships in their pursuit of education. Staying focused enough to balance classes, extracurricular activities and a social life over four years is no easy task for students at traditional colleges, many of whom enjoy the support of parents and family members.

CollegePrep-101 Homepage

Homepage of CollegePrep-101. Home of all your college preparation needs. Helping students prepare for and succeed in college

Over four years of high school, students will have many teachers, activity leaders, coaches, and role models. However, as a school counselor, you are the one person who sees the entire picture of a student's high school career, and who can bring all the information together.

Preparing for College Student Video

This video helps middle school students learn about preparing for college. It discusses the things they can do to prepare during middle school and high school and talks about saving for college.

Once you believe that college will offer your student countless opportunities in life, there are some simple things you can do to help your student prepare.

Right C3

Don't use an inappropriate e-mail address. Yes, we're repeating a bit of advice from the list right above this one. That's how super-serious we are. Don't call a university by the wrong name. You're applying to a dozen schools.

College admission requirements typically include the transcript, which indicates the courses you've taken and the grades you've received. Because your academic work is a key part of the college admission process, you should certain things in mind when selecting classes and submitting your transcript.