College Timeline for High School Students
Preparing for college is no easy task. As parents we know there are not enough minutes in the day. Even with all of the best tools at your disposal, keeping your high school student on track for college admission is challenging.
A college timeline is a worksheet that allows parents and students to keep track of activities they should consider, when they should start preparing for entrance exams like the PSAT, PLAN, SATs and ACTs, test dates, application deadlines, and a whole lot more. I typically create custom timelines for all of my private tutoring students and most (if not all) parents will agree it is some of the best money they spend preparing their college bound kid for the admission process.
It typically takes me an hour to put together a custom timeline for one of my students. For students that I do not have an existing relationship with, I will need some more time to get to know the student and learn what their goals, strengths, and weaknesses are. Athletes always benefit from custom timelines as they have a different set of deadlines for submissions, applications, and other action items.
If you are interested in having me create a college timeline for you or your child, I encourage you to contact me as early as possible for two main reasons. First, because many parents contact me very late in the game wishing they had done it sooner. Secondly, and most importantly, to make sure you get the most out of the college admission preparation process. The early bird typically does get the worm. Contact me for more information.
College Timeline Lite™
College Timeline Lite™ keeps parents and students ahead of the curve by laying out the steps they need to take each month. CTL starts in June of the summer before 9th grade and begins to give students and parents task lists to complete. We end with the summer after 12th grade. You can start at anytime and these emails are free of charge. There is no catch.
To start receiving emails, use the box below to enter your email address. Then select the year you/your high school student will graduate (from high school) and click submit. You will receive a confirmation email containing a verification link that you must click on. If you do not, you will not receive these free College Timeline emails.