American colleges vary in size from under 1000 students to more than 50,000 students. Both small and large schools have their advantages. Smaller school offer small, discussion-based classes, close relationships with professors, and a close-knit community.Read more
Getting enough sleep can be a challenge for anyone, but it is especially difficult for teenagers.
This spring tens of thousands of high school students will receive news that they have been nominated to attend a “highly selective” or “exclusive” one-week summer program.Read more
For those of you interested in studying engineering in college, it is best to begin gaining some experience in the field during your high school years. Why, you may ask? First, doing so will increase your chances of gaining admission into college.Read more
Unlike need-based aid, which is based on your family’s finances, merit scholarships are awarded based on your academic or extracurricular performance. The vast majority of this money comes from college themselves.Read more