As the mom of a homeschooled high school senior, we are at that point where we are staring to search out scholarships so that Aaron can continue his education at State College of Florida. Last semester he was dual enrolled and this semester he is an early enrollment student and he will finish 5 college classes before he graduates high school in May just 2 months after he turns 17. Once he graduates high school we need to start paying for his college education and this is where Edu in Review comes into play.
One of the many helpful sections on their website is the Scholarships section that has tons of scholarships listed by category so that you can check them out and see if your student may be eligible to apply. I also found a great article about my rich uncle which helps match students to available loans.
EduInReview.com also has helpful articles on planning for college, campus life, choosing the right school for you…and your student. There is even a section on Greek organizations, and even how to rush a fraternity or sorority.
If you have a high school junior or senior Edu in Review may be just what you have been looking for.