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July 15, 2021

College Application Season is Approaching Fast: What You Need to Know

It’s that time of the year again! College application season is right around the corner for the Class of 2022. Here at Class 101, we understand how confusing the college application process can be. To help families understand what they need to do,  we’ve broken down the different types of college applications you need to […]

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College visits

July 15, 2013

College visits

Sophomore, juniors and rising seniors traveled across the country this summer to find the right fit for their interests and their personalities. They learned to ask critical questions and compare the various programs. They exchanged opinions and learned from each other’s observations. The travel time was well spent and the college admission counselors went out […]

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Scholarship winners

March 14, 2013

Scholarship winners

Class 101 was proud to be a sponsor of the Young Women Lead Conference at the University of Kentucky on Tuesday, March 12. More than 600 bright high school women met with and learned from successful, inspiring business women from across Kentucky and the nation. Class 101 donated $5000.00 in ACT Prep scholarships to 10 […]

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College Fair Raffle

November 16, 2012

College Fair Raffle

Winners from our College Fair raffle are: Conner Cleary Lexington Catholic High School 37″ TV Emily Hamilton Model Lab High School  Free ACT class Leavia Young Paul Dunbar High School Free ACT class Congratulations!

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How To Improve Your ACT/SAT

November 16, 2012

How To Improve Your ACT/SAT

We help students daily to improve their test taking skills. Click Here for a quick look on how we can help you score better on the ACT or SAT!

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How Can I Raise My ACT?

November 16, 2012

How Can I Raise My ACT?

In case you have forgotten or do not know, there are four sections on the ACT: English (75 question/ 45 minutes), Math (60 questions/ 60 minutes), Reading (40 questions/ 35 minutes), Science (40 questions/ 35 minutes) and then the optional writing portion. Math is the easiest section to raise your score in. This section is […]

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How Can I Afford College?

November 16, 2012

How Can I Afford College?

There are basically five ways to make college more affordable.  The first way to make college more affordable is by your grades and ACT/SAT score.  The higher your GPA and test score, the better chance you have of getting merit based scholarships.  Also, you will receive more K.E.E.S. money if you have a high GPA […]

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Hot Colleges

November 15, 2012

Hot Colleges

Here are a few highlighted colleges in the South to consider: Berry College Berry College is located in Mount Berry, Georgia, which is just outside of Atlanta.  Berry has the largest campus in America with a 28,000 acre campus.  The cost of attending Berry is $38,043 (tuition, room and board, fees).  Berry accepted 70% of […]

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Getting Into College

November 7, 2012

Getting Into College

In Kentucky and mid-America, the market grows for professional college advising. Bob Weaver has it made. While many of his classmates sweat over college applications and wait nervously for acceptance or rejection letters, the senior at Lexington Catholic High School was accepted in to the University of Virginia’s highly selective pre-Med program last fall. It […]

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College Tuition Game Plan

November 6, 2012

College Tuition Game Plan

How will you finance your children’s college tuition? One Kentucky family discovers a comprehensive team approach pays off for landing academic and non-academic scholarships. Sara Jennings never questioned whether she would go to college. Both her parents—David, a middle school guidance counselor, and Judy, an employee with the High Skilled Educator program—are college graduates, and […]

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