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The Reverse Revolution: US Students going to the UK as Undergrads

For some, a reverse educational revolution is in full swing.

For those with a strong idea of what they want to study, the UK can be an attractive destination …

Presidential Pontifications

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By Ed Devine

“May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.” – Nelson Mandela

May 1, the sacred day of our profession.  It marks what some think a finish line, an end point to a quest, the culmination …

Spring Break will be here before we know it. During that period, many of your students, including CBSAs (college-bound student-athletes), will be planning visits to schools they wish to attend.

With your non-athlete students you can look at their GPA …

As juniors finish up their penultimate high school year, they will know even more about what colleges should go on their final college lists. Sidwell Friends, an elite private school in Washington, DC, does it right: it limits students to …

May is a key time of year for highly school juniors. Proactive college planning will empower their senior year college application process. Below we provide key testing, summer planning, counseling, and college visiting tips.

1. Test Readiness

Juniors are lucky …

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 …

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 …