Let’s suppose that you were selling your car or your home, and were looking for sincere buyers. You don’t want the tire kicker, do you? Someone serious about a purchase is the very person you’d like to see come down the path to your door. Colleges are similar when it comes to the students who apply. Read More
Score at the Top Blog
The president of The Center for Education Reform, Jeanne Allen, had these observations about the recent SAT score analysis made by the College Board: Read More
Turn the radio down. Power off the TV news. We’ve got some real financial news that’s important to your high school senior’s (and your) pockets: financial aid for college. Read More
The most popular campus in Florida makes admission tougher each year. In order to increase the number of students who can enroll in UF’s undergraduate program, the school has created a special school term under the umbrella of its Innovation Academy (IA). IA is actually a novel enrollment model that operates on a spring-summer calendar. In a move to balance out the number of students on the campus throughout the calendar year, UF will enroll IA students who will take UF courses on campus during the spring and summer terms only. IA students cannot take fall semester classes on campus during the entire period of their undergraduate degree program. Read More
Are you going to apply for the State’s Bright Futures Scholarship money? Beware of the new math requirements!
In order to receive Florida Academic Scholars (FAS) and Florida Medallion Scholars (FMS) awards, Florida Statutes require that a student pass four college preparatory math credits at the Algebra I level and above: Read More