Students in high school often wonder if they should craft a resume for university. The response I generally give: every student should have a resume.
With summer in the rearview mirror, senior year catapults like no other.
We know that it is college application season time.
The beginning of the 1990s, I began my foray into technology with the writing of report cards, as well as using a computer for a science project. It was rather awe inspiring at the time.
While living abroad, we had household help. It was heaven on earth for us (I often tell the story that I did not do a dish for the four years we lived in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). My husband and I were teachers at an international school in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The ‘amah’, as our Angeline […]
Students graduate from high school at 18. Way back when, we did not become adults until the ripe age of 21. 21 was when things happened for us.
As I recall my school days in years gone by, it clearly is a stark difference to what students are up against today.
This time of year is always exciting for seniors in high school. High school graduation is looming ahead, the ‘last summer at home’, preparations for university, and the list goes on.
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College Applications are complete, acceptances are in, deferrals and unfortunately, there may be a few denials as well.