College Info for Junior Parents

October 11, 2016 2:28 pm

Juniors and Parents/Guardians,

Before we officially begin the college process on the evening of Tuesday December 20th (6:00 pm-7:30 pm) with the ’11th Grade College Kick-Off Night’, I wanted to share with you three upcoming opportunities to get things started over the next two months. In addition to these events below, for the majority of the Class of 2018 taking the PSAT on Saturday October 15th, this is going to greatly help you with the practice and resources you need for getting ready for the SAT this Spring. In addition, with over 80 colleges visiting IACS this fall, it has been great to see many juniors take advantage of these admissions presentations to learn about a range of colleges, admissions requirements and college application tips.

Stay tuned for more information coming soon on the College Kick-Off Night and SAT Prep Classes.

 

39th Annual Merrimack Valley College Fair: Thursday October 13th (SEE ATTACHMENTS)
 
Over 100 colleges will be available to meet with students and families at the upcoming college fair. A workshop series will also be offered during the fair to address questions regarding college admissions, athletics, special learning needs, and selective college planning. 

Detailed workshop descriptions are provided on the attached flyer as well as the list of 100+ colleges in attendance.

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Military Academy Information Night: Wednesday November 2nd (SEE ATTACHMENT)

This is an outstanding opportunity for students who are exploring the Service Academies+ Military Colleges to come get information about the application and scholarship process.

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Boston Performing and Visual Arts College Fair on Thursday Oct. 27th(SEE ATTACHMENT)

This program is an important resource for the fine arts students interested in pursuing undergraduate and graduate programs of study in the areas of music, theatre, dance, visual arts, graphic design, film production, and other related disciplines.

Attendees of this FREE event will learn about portfolio days, auditions and entrance requirements. 

A workshop on Navigating the Audition/Portfolio Process will be offered from 6:10 p.m to 6:50 p.m at the College of Fine Arts – Theatre Lab.

Register prior to attending these events at www.gotomypvafair.com

 

Sincerely,

IACS College Counseling