November 1, 2021
There’s no denying it: Junior year is the most critical time for college planning. It’s when high schoolers start to focus on their future and make decisions that really count. Students are just 10 months away from applying to college, and it’s clear that the eleventh grade is crunch time.
The good news? Class 101’s Super Junior program is back! Last year we were able to help over 230 juniors get ahead of the curve before application season even begins and this year we are excited to do the same with the Class of 2023.
Here’s everything you need to know about becoming a Super Junior, and why it’s one of the best ways to bring your student up to speed.
4. What’s in it for them?
Not only will they get ahead for application season, but all students who complete the program will earn an official Super Junior certificate. This recognition is just one more way to help your student stand out on their resume and college applications.
5. When does it start? The Class 101 Super Junior program kicks off November 1st and runs for about 90 days. It wraps up on Super Bowl Sunday, February 13, 2022.
Ready for your student to become a Class 101 Super Junior? Find a location near you at class101.com. Or email email@example.com for more information.
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