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Roadmap to College: Strategies to Help Students (in Each Year of High School!) Rise Above the Competition
College admissions offices across the country are overflowing with applications as more students cast a wider net in their pursuit of the perfect school. As the process gets more competitive, finding ways to stand out is a must. But how can your teen do that when there are so many qualified applicants?

We’re pleased to invite Madison High School families to join Educational Connections Founder and President Ann Dolin, M.Ed., for insight on the top college admission trends for 2022! Ann will share insight on:

✓ How the college admissions landscape is continually changing and what it means for your family

✓ The most significant factors that now determine whether a student will be admitted to their dream school

✓ How students can use their interests and accomplishments to craft a narrative throughout high school to help their future applications stand out

✓ Ways to know if and when your child should prep for the ACT/SAT— or if they should skip the tests altogether

✓ How starting the process early can move a “dream school” into the “target" range

Please register so we may send your family the Zoom link. We can't wait to see you there!

Oct 20, 2022 07:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Ann Dolin, M.Ed.
President & Founder @Educational Connections
Ann Dolin, M.Ed. has a strong conviction that school doesn’t have to place stress on children and parents. Based on her nearly 30 years of experience, she has developed practical strategies that she shares to help kids succeed and make the most of their academic journey. Ann has a degree in Child Psychology and a Masters in Special Education. She is a former public school teacher, mother of two, author, and advocate for kids with ADHD and learning issues. She founded Educational Connections in 1998, tutoring one student at her dining room table. Today her company has grown to employ 120 tutors, executive function coaches, and college consultants who provide virtual support to K-12 and college students in the DC area and beyond. Ann is also the author of, Homework Made Simple: Tips, Tools, and Solutions for Stress-Free Homework and her latest book, Getting Past Procrastination: How to Get Your Kids Organized, Focused and Motivated…Without Being the Bad Guy.