Prepare for the college and career process. Know the next steps that you should be completing as a Junior student/parent or guardian! Prepárate para el proceso universitario y profesional. ¡Conozca los próximos pasos que debe completar como estudiante / padre o tutor junior! Flyer Weblink: https://mbhs.edu/newsevents/Announcements/Junior%20Parent%20Meeting.pdf Join Zoom Meeting Junior […]
Families and students need a clear understanding of the ways to pay for college. This workshop will focus on defining financial aid, how it is determined, conducting scholarship searches, and managing student loan debt. Presented by Achieva Educational Consulting. Recommended for families of middle and high school students. Register HERE
Do you know what you need to create a winning portfolio, audition or film submission as part of your college application? This workshop will show students how to gain valuable feedback on their work from admissions representatives and portfolio reviewers, as well as how to learn more about the schools […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended education around the world, shuttering school doors and leaving millions of children without formal access to learning. The global closure of schools is shedding renewed light on inequities that existed prior to COVID-19 and that threaten to further widen the learning gaps within and between […]
ACCEPT (a.k.a. Admissions Community Cultivating Equity & Peace Today) is bringing Black high school students and their families a webinar series, Being Black in College, that is specifically curated to their needs and experiences. The four presentations will feature college admissions experts who will share their personal advice and perspectives. Each hour-long session […]
NOTES: Google Form registration @ <https://forms.gle/kqAbcgj24zaZYoQH9>. MCPS high school students must be registered to participate! With Google Form registration, each student registered will be sent a link to access each Zoom meeting. Live Zoom Meetings: June 24 @ 11 am: HBCU Webinar Discover the Unique Advantanges Part I with […]
MCPS show/broadcast for 11th Grade students and their families to help them with the college admissions process.