May 5, 2021
Summer is almost here, which means for the Class of 2022, application season is just a
few short months away! While it’s tempting to lounge by the pool, the days ahead are
some of the most critical in a high schooler’s journey to college. Summer is a great time
to set goals and check things off your to-do list!
That’s why Class 101 is excited to launch our all new Summer Jumpstart program, a 90-
day application prep program designed to jump students into action when it matters the
most. Beginning May 1, our college planning experts will work one-on-one with students
so that when Common App opens on Aug. 1, they are ready to apply to schools.
Summer Jumpstart Sneak Peek
Here’s what Class of 2022 juniors can expect from Class 101’s Summer Jumpstart
Summertime is the perfect time for students to get ready to submit college applications.
Without the added stress of responsibilities at school, students can remain focused on
long-term goals like college applications. Summer leaves more time in a weekday for
students to schedule practice tests, research schools and brush up on their
resumes—whereas during the school year, these activities are usually crammed into
nights and weekends.
From finding the right school to meeting deadlines, writing essays and everything in
between, the college application process can be intimidating. But with a little guidance,
lots of support and a solid plan, your student will have their acceptance letter in-hand
before you know it.
Ready to be a part of our Summer Jumpstart 90-day program? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Summer Jumpstart kicks off May 1, 2021 and runs through August 1, 2021, when Common App opens.
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August 15, 2021
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