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September 2, 2021

Do I need the FAFSA?

Although this could be the most boring blog you’ll read all month, I’m afraid it’s too important to ignore if you’re looking to qualify for scholarships or other financial aid from colleges in the next year or two. I get questions several times a week about the process of applying for financial aid, whether a […]

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Do I need the FAFSA?

September 2, 2021

Do I need the FAFSA?

Although this could be the most boring blog you’ll read all month, I’m afraid it’s too important to ignore if you’re looking to qualify for scholarships or other financial aid from colleges in the next year or two. I get questions several times a week about the process of applying for financial aid, whether a […]

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Serving Students is What We Do

March 5, 2021

Serving Students is What We Do

Our franchise was recently honored with an award. Each year, Class 101 recognizes top franchises in several areas of excellence with awards, and Class 101 Indiana was chosen as Franchise of the Year. While we take pride in receiving this award, our greatest accomplishment is serving our students. Serving students is what we do. It […]

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Super Juniors: It’s College Planning Crunch Time 

October 29, 2020

Super Juniors: It’s College Planning Crunch Time 

It’s College Planning Crunch Time  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. And with most students just 10 months away from applying to college, it’s clear that the eleventh grade is crunch […]

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Class 101 Is Turning 23!

August 24, 2020

Class 101 Is Turning 23!

How Are We Celebrating? In honor of our birthday, we’re celebrating over two decades of empowering students, serving families, and inspiring greatness—the Class 101 way. Here’s a look at the milestones, the people, and the accomplishments that have made the journey so worthwhile. 1. 23 years of outstanding leadership Today we’re throwing it back to […]

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Class Of 2021…It’s Your Turn!

July 31, 2020

Class Of 2021…It’s Your Turn!

August 1st is the most important day of the year for rising seniors in high school.  As students return to school this year, classes may look a little different. With the shift to socially distant or online learning, students will have to adapt to many new things. However, one thing has not changed: August 1st is the […]

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Coronavirus Affects Admissions

March 25, 2020

Coronavirus Affects Admissions

Colleges are emphasizing virtual tours and other online content as well as extending admissions deadlines. By Josh Moody, Reporter March 18, 2020 The Coronavirus and College Admissions EARLY EVENTS FOR admitted students can offer a useful introduction to the college campus, helping students get their bearings and learn more about the many services available to them. But many […]

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Not All College Admission Advice is Equal

October 10, 2019

Not All College Admission Advice is Equal

Not All College Admission Advice is Equal Earlier this week, I was discussing horrible, terrifying stories about college things that go bump in the night. Things like BAD information from your high school that is flat out, DEAD wrong. Which year’s tax return do I use for the FAFSA? The first doozy was from a […]

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Why Everyone Should Submit a FAFSA

September 12, 2019

Why Everyone Should Submit a FAFSA

Everyone Should Submit a FAFSA Last week, I chatted on the phone with a business owner in Carmel, Indiana who makes close to 7 figures.  He wanted to know how to qualify for tuition discounts at the colleges his twins were applying to.  Betcha that seems crazy to you, right? It shouldn’t! If you felt […]

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Get into your Dream School

March 27, 2019

Get into your Dream School

Do you ever wonder why some kids get admitted into their dream school, and other students with similar grades and similar test scores don’t? There are several factors that are important to getting into college: GPA, SAT or ACT score, rigor of your high school curriculum, letters of recommendation and involvement. These are all well […]

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