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What you should know about recommendation letters
by Sofia Colignon | news editor Building relationships with teachers as students can be more important than you may think and whether you’ve done it or not will be evident once senior year comes around. When asking teachers for letters of recommen (More)
Maybe college doesn't have to be so hard
As the end of the first semester starts to come to a close, many students are searching for ways to find affordable living at dream college (that they will hopefully get into). But never fear! College Life, an app designed specifically for this reaso (More)
Goodbye winter, hello late college applications
staff writer | Lauren Loveless Spring brings the last minute manic senior search for college applications, but for students like Lawrence Belai, applications aren’t an issue. Instead, he chooses to take a year to acclimate to adult life before goi (More)
A duel between AP and Dual credit
by Elly Beauchamp | Staff Writer According to the College Board, the average cost of a school year at private colleges averages around $34,740 while public school costs average around $9,970. However, some students are cutting these costs by takin (More)
UT Austin lowers automatic acceptance rate by 1%
by Arianna Michaud | staff writer The University of Texas at Austin has been the school many look to after graduation. Students may have dreamt of being a longhorn since they were young, and those in the top percent of their class were ecstatic to (More)
Annual college night for NEISD at Blossom
by Lauren Loveless | staff writer NEISD  will be hosting the annual college night from 6 pm to 8 pm on Nov 1. College Night is an event where students are given the opportunity to find out more about colleges, from in state and out of state, and w (More)
College Application Drive
The College Application drive. photo taken by Nastasha Vallejo The College App (More)
It's still not too late to apply
By Elijah Johns | staff writer Filling out college applications is a part of life for every senior. Sitting down for hours at a time and typing away at an essay while simultaneously filling out pages of forms to complete the application. However, (More)
Students plan for future
by Laura Navarro | staff writer Some people don’t spend time thinking about what they want to do after high school and consequently, there are some requirements are needed that students may not know about. “Certain college majors, such as those (More)
Best apps to help high school students get ready for college
by Victoria Ramirez | staff writer Applying for colleges and scholarships can be overwhelming but there are plenty of apps that can simplify the process. Here's some of the best apps out there for seniors. More)
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