Posts From the monthly archives: "April 2015"

Beyond the Cubicle: So Now What?

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This is the final entry in my “Beyond the Cubicle” series. I must admit that when I was presented with this opportunity, I was nervous that I wouldn’t have enough material to carry us through more than one or two …

Art

Sunday was the Glee Club pops concert featuring hits from ABBA and Queen.  Mid-week featured a cluster of senior screenwriting presentations. Then there’ll be gallery exhibits and opening night of The Drowsy Chaperone, our spring musical, this weekend. It’s …

Strong Senior Schedules

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High school juniors are entering the final leg of their critically important junior years. They are getting ready for AP tests, finishing final school projects, and prepping for ACTs, SATs, and SAT Subject Tests. Many are competing in various sports …

Indie Scene: On the Road

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On the road: southward bound on Route 89, I believe, gearing up for day three of the Consortium of Vermont Colleges tour. After two days of ice-breaking, trying to get to know some of these great traveling companions, I somehow …

It’s okay to not have it all figured out.

As an admission counselor I get to interact with hundreds and hundreds of high school students. It can be really fun and refreshing to get to talk to so many kids …

WACAC Nation,

Only one week into the NACAC 2015 Conference registration and we are up over 35% (YTD) from last year’s record breaking attendance in Indianapolis.  We are 25 weeks away from our gathering in San Diego,  and already over …

Perfect Fit?

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I know it’s a little late for New Year’s resolutions- but I vow to never use the term “perfect fit” again, unless I am talking about a great pair of jeans. For the past decade or more I’ve seen books, …