Middle School

Get A Summer Jump on College

Use the vacation months to your advantage by scheduling visits, requesting interviews, starting to write essays and gathering information.

Financial Aid Begins with FAFSA

Parents of high school seniors can begin to find financial aid in the fall by understanding FAFSA, the federal form that determines how much aid a student is eligible to receive.

Tanning Beds: Just Say No

Increased use of tanning beds by teenagers has contributed to a sharp rise in melanoma rates in young people, often unaware of the long-term consequences of increased skin cancer risk and premature aging.

Let’s Tackle Sports Injuries

Parents have an important role in making sure both students and their schools and sports clubs are following up-to-date safety and injury management practices.

Rebels with a Cause

Teen “rebellion” is really establishing an identity. Experts advise parents to remember their own adolescence.

How To Take Great Notes

Taking good notes is a key school survival skill your child will need through high school and beyond.

Math Course Calculations

increasing number of high school students are applying to college with a year of calculus already under their belts. To do so, they must start algebra in 8th grade.

Too Much Homework?

Before assuming the problem is excessive assignments, check out other possibilites, such as study habits or too little time.

Help Her Like Her Body

In today’s media climate, girls often need their parents’ help to feel good about themselves.

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