It’s never too early to start thinking about and planning for college. Though the end of sophomore/beginning of junior year is when most students start to get serious about college admissions, there are plenty of things to do even as you begin high school!
Ever wonder what you should be doing in 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade to be getting ready for college? When should you narrow down your top picks? What summer is best for college visits?
Creating A Personalized Blueprint For High School
Though a great place to start, this is not an extensive checklist. The basics of college readiness are the same, but every student is different. Blueprint’s pre-college summer programs help students identify the areas they need to work on most, creating a personal guide to getting ready for college. Daily CCR seminars, and full day CCR Summit, help students create a road map for success. With small class sizes and individual workshops, you’ll leave Blueprint feeling confident in your CCR skills and knowing your next steps for getting into college.
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