Help your high school sophomore prepare for college by staying focused on the goal.
Junior year of high school is the time to start getting really serious about college.
High school senior year is college admissions crunch time.
Paying for college shouldn’t mean that parents dip into their retirement funds—or that students graduate deeply in debt.
The start of high school is an important step in preparing for college, especially because academic grades start to count.
While the middle school years are still too early to be picking a specific school to attend, it’s the perfect time to start talking about what it takes to reach that goal.
When it comes to saving for college, a 529 plan can help.
SchoolFamily.com’s College Prep Guide will help your family navigate the years leading up to college applications and enrollment decisions with less stress.