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Students With Disabilities Have Many Post-High School Options

Once upon a time, students with learning and other disabilities, rarely, if ever, pursued post-secondary education. But, thankfully, times have changed and there are many different options available for students who need extra support. In this blog, we outline several options, each with their own advantages, disadvantages, and specific populations they serve.

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Admissions, Advice for Juniors

Common Questions About Course Selection Answered

Though we are only halfway through winter, now is the time schools begin planning for next year. In late winter/ early spring, high schools start the course selection process. Since we know that a student’s transcript is the most important part of the college application, many college-related questions can come up during course selection time. Below we have outlined some common questions and provided answers in hopes of helping students choose appropriate courses during high school.

 

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Applications

Common Application 101

You’ve heard all about it: The Common Application. But what is it? How do you get started? Do you have to use it? And, will all your colleges accept it? These are some of the “common” questions we get about the Common Application. Below we’ve answered all of these questions and more. Get ready to take notes…Common App 101 is in session.

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Advice for Seniors

When the news isn’t good news: what to do about deferments and waitlists

 

You’ve been patiently waiting for that first envelope, but when it comes, it’s not the ACCEPT you’ve been hoping for. A rejection is one thing: at least then you have a definitive answer and can move on. But, what if you hear: “You’ve been waitlisted,” or “Your Early Action application has been deferred to our regular admission pool”? These responses from colleges can be confusing to students and parents, but Campus Bound is here to help. Below are some tips and the steps you can take to increase your chances when your application is reviewed a second time around.

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