As the school year inches closer to an end, many juniors might feel another year is an eternity. Then before they know it, "senioritis" sets in and, in the blink of an eye, one year turns into one semester, and then one month.
What you don't want to happen is to let the time slip away without considering what will happen when your senior year is over. All year long, high school teachers, guidance counselors, parents and friends will be asking what their plans are or to what college they are going. While the students don't have to have an answer for those asking - they should at least have one for themselves.
Whatever choice they end up making, knowing is half the battle. Armed with the knowledge this guide provides, a senior can march into the guidance counselor's office and get the pinpoint help they need.
Learning is what has been going on for the past 13-plus years. Learning about the next two or four - or more if students are really ambitious - won't take that much time and will be worth every minute.
Pull up a chair, get focused and get ready to soak up some important information.
Choosing where to spend your college career is a tough decision for which everyone should be prepared. Learning and reading about all the choices - thanks to The Inter-Mountain College Planning Guide - is one of the easiest tasks anyone will be assigned.
The learning begins ... now.