How to Beat Procrastination

As a fellow teen myself, there is nothing I know more than procrastination. I procrastinate when I’m supposed to be doing my homework, but I’m on social media. There are a few tricks to stop procrastination and get things done. Forest Stay focused is a productivity app. This app will help teens and turn off their phones and help succeed in getting work done. The … Continue reading How to Beat Procrastination

Tips to Better Your Online Learning

With the new school year coming to a start, most students are experiencing uncertainty on what the school year will look like. Due to the lack of decrease in COVID cases in many areas, online schooling has become the new “normal” until further notice. Online learning is very different from in-person learning as students have learned, and the adjustment may require additional study and lifestyle … Continue reading Tips to Better Your Online Learning

Four Tips to Use When Preparing for College

Get organized for college In other words, make some type of to do list or outline of what you should look for in colleges. Research colleges that you are thinking of applying to and make a list of them that would be your top choices and your backups. Research things such as class size, student/ campus life, academic majors/minors etc. While researching each college, try … Continue reading Four Tips to Use When Preparing for College

Five Easy Steps To Independently Becoming An A Grade History Student

It comes as no surprise that in the current normality of ‘independent learning’ with little to no access to their teachers for guidance, many students are facing great uncertainty as to how to achieve those ever sought after top grades. I believe that regardless of your ability, the absolute key to succeeding in History is simple, study smart by studying little and often.  By putting … Continue reading Five Easy Steps To Independently Becoming An A Grade History Student

Four Ways That Rising Seniors Can Stay Ahead of College Admissions This Summer

Make your college list. Use your free time this summer to do research on schools that you may be interested in. A good organization tool is to divide your prospective colleges into reach schools, target schools, and safety schools. These groupings can often be made using your gpa and test scores and comparing it to admitted students at schools you may be interested in. Due … Continue reading Four Ways That Rising Seniors Can Stay Ahead of College Admissions This Summer

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Could Effect College Admissions

With the coronavirus pandemic canceling many standardized testing dates, it’s no surprise that there’s very much uncertainty when it comes to college admissions in the fall and spring. While many colleges have suspended the requirement for either SAT or ACT submission temporarily, many students still are trying to take standardized testing in hopes it will help them gain admission to their dream schools. Due to … Continue reading How the Coronavirus Pandemic Could Effect College Admissions

5 Tips for Organizing Your Binders for High School or College

It is no surprise that with the number of papers and workloads how hard it is for many students to stay organized in school. So we are providing some tips from AP Courses and Honors students on how they organize their binders to keep up with the difficult workload. Determine what binder size works best for you Label all your binders and classes Create individual … Continue reading 5 Tips for Organizing Your Binders for High School or College