Harvard vs. Yale

Harvard vs. Yale In light of the impending football game, it is only appropriate to compare Harvard vs. Yale on a more holistic basis. Let me start out by saying that I went to Yale, not Harvard. My wife went to Yale, her father went to Yale – it’s safe to say that I don’tKeep reading

College as a Homeschooler

Applying to College as a Homeschooler

Applying to College as a Homeschooler Homeschooled for high school? In the past, you might have been in a panic about applying to college as a homeschooler. However, things have definitely changed. As the number of homeschoolers has skyrocketed over the past two decades, so has the number of homeschooler acceptances at top universities. ThereKeep reading

High School Entrepreneur

9 Books Every High School Entrepreneur Should Read

9 Books Every High School Entrepreneur Should Read “The road to success is paved by failures” – I’m sure someone has said this before. Becoming a high school entrepreneur is no easy task. Starting and developing a viable business requires the kind of intense focus, dedication, and perseverance that few adults – much less theKeep reading

ApplyTexas

The ApplyTexas Application: Everything You Need to Know

The ApplyTexas Application: Everything You Need to Know New Flash: not every college accepts the Common Application. When I was applying, I just assumed that all colleges used this convenient time saver. It wasn’t until I tried to add UCLA to my list that I realized there are many other applications out there. In fact,Keep reading

Early Applications

You Submitted Your Early Applications. What’s Next?

You Submitted Your Early Applications. What’s Next? Take a deep breath. For those of you who submitted Early Decision or Early Action applications, congrats! You’ve likely been working really hard for 4-6 months, putting together strong and compelling applications. In reality, you’ve probably been working hard for a lot longer than that—taking rigorous classes, maintainingKeep reading