5 Things High School Juniors Need to Do This Spring

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If you’re the parent of a high schooler, you know junior year can be a busy time for college prep. In addition to standardized tests and juggling extracurriculars, your child may be feeling the pressure of college applications looming in the distance.

 

We’ve narrowed down the top 5 things your high school junior needs to do the spring before senior year in order to prepare for college applications. Our advice is featured on Grown and Flown’s blog — click on the link below to read the complete article.

 

 

Check out our advice on the 5 things your high school junior needs to do this spring featured on Grown and Flown’s blog.

 

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Kate Sundquist
Senior Blogger at CollegeVine
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Kate Koch-Sundquist is a graduate of Pomona College where she studied sociology, psychology, and writing before going on to receive an M.Ed. from Lesley University. After a few forays into living abroad and afloat (sometimes at the same time), she now makes her home north of Boston where she works as a content writer and, with her husband, raises two young sons who both inspire her and challenge her on a daily basis.