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    summer reading

    summer reading

    Summer reading provides an excellent opportunity for you to improve your academic skills while having fun at the same time. While you are on summer break, be sure to grab some good books at your local library and let your imagination take you away.

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    tips for building your reading skills

    tips for building your reading skills

    Reading is an important life skill, one that is important not only for your success in school and work, but also in your daily life. Following are some tips to increase your reading time and help build your reading skills.

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    bridge programs that help ease the transition from high school to college

    bridge programs that help ease the transition from high school to college

    Making the shift from high school senior to college freshman can be intimidating to some students. Thankfully, there are bridge programs available to help make the transition much easier. Get familiar with these beneficial bridge programs that are offered in most communities and through many colleges.

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    improving study skills

    improving study skills

    Developing good skills and habits in high school will help you make learning the material more effective and ease the transition to college classes. In college, learning is a much more individual effort so going the extra mile in high school will pay off later on.

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    making your summer break count

    making your summer break count

    The end of the school year doesn't give you an excuse to be lazy. Summer is a great time to continue learning. Here are some tips to enhance your skills throughout summer.

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    planning to play ncaa sports?

    planning to play ncaa sports?

    Most college athletic programs are regulated by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), which is an organization that has rules on eligibility, recruiting, and financial aid for prospective student-athletes. If you are interesting in playing college sports or receiving an athletic scholarship, here is some info you need to know about NCAA rules.

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    staying active outside of the classroom

    staying active outside of the classroom

    Activities that you do outside of the classroom will be taken into consideration when it comes to competitive college admission and scholarships. Try to be as well rounded as you possibly can.

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    five basic personal finance lessons every high school student should learn

    five basic personal finance lessons every high school student should learn

    Learning about the basics of financial management at an early age will help ensure that you will be responsible with money later on in life. Here are five personal finance lessons that you should learn as a high school student.

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    establishing homework strategies

    establishing homework strategies

    Homework is a valuable part of learning. Though you probably think it's a pain, homework does help to cement lessons taught in class.

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