Mid-term progress reports are coming out.
For many, it won’t be pretty. This may be a reality check for some students, and there may be some tension around the house for a few days.
Here’s my inside scoop about November reports:
Brace yourselves! November progress reports may be shocking!
If you’re planning to take post-secondary programs after high school graduation, start early with your program research and planning.
That means..… think about it in Grades 9 & 10!
Do your research and campus tours starting in Grades 10 & 11!
Take the stress and unknown out of the next phase of your educational journey, and just start thinking about the possibilities.
Have fun with it!
This is a very exciting time in your life!
By Grades 11 & 12, you should be in planning mode.
By this time, attending a College / University Fair is a must.
It’s a new school year, and with this fresh start comes opportunities to try new things.
I challenge students to make a strong, positive first impression with their new teachers!
Heading to university? Here’s a list of things to expect when you take this exciting life step.
(I recently interviewed some students who are headed back for second year. These are their comments for you, future frosh:)
Are you about to start high school?
If you’re embarking on this exciting life stage, I bet you have a a mixed bag of emotions: anticipation, excitement, anxiety, denial, and even a bit of fear…?!
Do you have a big test or exam coming up?
Review these suggestions to make the most of the hours before your big event.
If you’re writing a math exam, review this list of tips before the event!
You’ve left your exam preparation to the last minute. (Why else would you be reading this post?)
Take a deep breath, and let’s do this.
Are you preparing for a multiple choice test or exam?
If so, keep reading.
Are you studying for tests and exams?
Here are a few tips: