College Planning Guide

Getting through high school and diving head first into college planning can leave you and your student scrambling for answers. Check out the CPC blog for guidance.

Service Academy or ROTC? Same results so what’s the difference?

Most students who are seriously considering applying to one of the U.S. military academies also are encouraged to investigate the ...
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Service Academies – Not Just A “Free” Education – A True Committment

Some students choose an alternative route to their university education through the U.S. military academies. There are five federal military ...
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Is my student falling behind or just temporarily struggling – How to know?

With first-quarter grades posted now is the time to assess.  Remember for many students 67% of the GPA reported on ...
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Reduce Your College Debt Through Early College Credit!

Some college students learned the secret of early college credit and harnessed its power to knock off a semester or ...
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Do Colleges Look at a Senior’s First Quarter or First Semester Grades?

For Regular Decision, your colleges will definitely use your first quarter grades and almost always the first semester grades, too, unless they come out ...
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Learning to use resources – simulating College Resource Centers now boosts CPC student success

Teaching high school students to self-advocate now will reap rewards their freshman year in college, providing them the confidence to ...
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Shifting from Middle to High School Study Habits

Parents frequently ask CPC the question - when should my student start preparing for the SAT/ACT?  The less obvious answer ...
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When to Start Cultivating Scholarships

Start Planning Now Friends often ask me, “What can I do now to help my high school aged son/daughter to ...
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Admission Readiness – Grade Your Current College Profile

Student introspection re strengths as a college applicant should begin as early as the sophomore year but certainly, juniors need ...
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College Essay 101 The Conclusion

You have written your introduction, you have pumped out a few killer body paragraphs, and now your work is done, ...
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