Starting the junior year process early is important to help alleviate as much of the stress as possible. Most people know that the junior year of high school and certainly it is likely to be an academically challenging year. The college search does not need to be stressful. Or, if your child chooses another option besides college, being organized will help either process go more smoothly.
Planning on college? If so, your child’s goal this year should be to finish the school year with an almost fully complete list of colleges where they plan to apply. Do you need help with getting prepared? Are you ready for your junior year? The Freedom of Choice School Counselor can help! Check out our Junior Academic Planning Packages here. We can help plan the junior year and be prepared for the next!
Here are the things that need to get accomplished throughout the year: Do you need help? Your Freedom of Choice School Counselor can walk you through the process. Check out our services here.
1. TAKE THE PSAT
2. TAKE THE ACT AND SAT
3. GET SERIOUS ABOUT THE COLLEGE SEARCH
4. THINK CAREFULLY ABOUT THE SENIOR YEAR SCHEDULE
5. SEEK EXTRACURRICULAR LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
6. ASK FOR SCHOOL COUNSELOR AND TEACHER RECOMMENDATIONS
Need help with getting prepared as a junior? Are you ready for your senior year? The Freedom of Choice School Counselor can help! Check out our Junior Academic Planning Packages here. We can help plan the junior year and be prepared for the next!