Transitioning from high school to college is not only hard on the students, it can also be extremely difficult for the parents. The kids are looking forward to the independence of college and their new chapter. That’s not to say there isn’t a bit of anxiety with this BIG step, but it’s truly something they are excited to begin.
In today’s college landscape, a 4-year degree now takes, on average, six years to achieve. As parents with kids prepping for college, we have to be extra mindful of the school they choose or face spending a couple thousand dollars (or more).
When one hears the term “Ivy League,” most people immediately make associations with other phrases, such as best of the best, elite, cream of the crop, etc.
One of the guiding principles behind Center for College Solutions is to help families during the daunting college process. It’s for this reason that I have no problem promoting the work of other college advisors if I truly believe in what they stand for – it’s not just a karma thing, it’s the right thing to do.