It’s easy to slip into. Sometimes you won’t even see it coming. I’m referring to the common phenomenon known as senioritis. We all go through it and I’ve got news for you: it won’t just happen in high school. If you don’t learn how to deal with it now, it’ll creep up in college, and it’ll sneak up on you when you give your 2 week notice at your first job, and every job after that. So how do you tell it’s happening and what do you do about it?
Parents of Sophomores and Juniors: How to Have a Productive Summer when Interested in a Pre-professional Program for College
Ninth Grade Parents: Have Your Student Build A Portfolio
If you’re like any of the thousands of high school student who are applying to college, you’re going to have extra-curricular activities. You’re having a great day until you open up the extracurricular section of the Common App. The club you worked on for 4 years and built from the ground up has to be reduced to 150 words in a text box.