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News & Views
Update on college process; admission decisions; financial aid and resources.
Lists can be intriguing and while we always recommend looking at the fine print, this list from Niche shares their opinion on the Top 25 Colleges With the Least Student Debt. Read on!
As early decisions arrive, context can be helpful. Here, our friends at College Kick Start have started collecting the early admission statistics from colleges and universities. Read On.
PSAT reports were released by email to students on Wednesday, December 12, 2018. On Thursday evening, December 13, 2019 Academic Affairs will be meeting with available members of the Class of 2021.
After the holiday, we will meet with the Class of 2022, and follow up with those in the Class of 2021 who had conflicts this evening.
PSAT score reports were released Wednesday, December 12, 2018. Students will have been sent emails from the College Board with instructions on how to access their PSAT score reports. This post includes a copy of correspondence sent to students and families about this release.
Students with questions about standardized test planning should speak with their college advisors.
Term 3 SAT/ACT Test Prep Class Information is included in this post.
What about an Interim experience? Culver students have been benefitting from interim or gap experiences for a long time. Some through the English Speaking Union, and others through volunteering or language immersion. Inevitably, these students engage their higher education with a strong sense of purpose and energy.
We highly recommend the Term 3 Test Preparation Course. This course will work around a student’s Culver schedule. Michael Goldstein, previously a teacher at Culver Academies, and his colleague are in residence during the course and therefore available to go into further depth or make up a session when conflicts arise. Michael was a Culver teacher before founding his very successful and highly regarded test preparation company in Pittsburgh. You may learn more about his company and approach by reviewing the attached flyer and visiting Goldstein Test Preparation’s website.
As early decisions arrive, often the most difficult to address is the "non-decision", the deferral. A deferral puts a students application into the regular pool and often equates to purgatory. College advisors will work with students to craft meaningful updates in January when a student is deferred, in the meantime, students should confirm their continued interest (when it remains), and check in with their college advisor.