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High School Stages

High School Stage, 9th & 10th Graders




  • Are you right now more concerned with the success of your student’s high school career but know you need to start thinking about what to do to better prepare for college? 

  • Are you starting to get information from your student’s school about ‘best classes for college’ or start thinking about the ‘pre’ tests?
  • Are you wondering how your student can make the most out of their high school days to have the best experience and still get into a good college?

Why College Planning is a Good Idea in This Stage?


  • Did you know that most parents rely on college guidance counselors for advice on college admissions?  This isn’t a bad thing, but how many students can your guidance counselor serve? 

  • Have you ever wondered why the only seminars being held to gain college information is from the college itself?  Perhaps they have a biased agenda? 

  • Did you know that there are things to do at each stage that can make a big impact on college acceptance as well as how financial aid is determined?

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Ready to Get Started With Your College Solutions Project?

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John Barada, ChFC, RFC, CCPS

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