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Free Independent School and College Admissions Workshops 9/15 and 9/19:

Independent School Admissions (elementary, middle or secondary schools including boarding schools) Workshop on 9/15 with Todd and Kate:

Fall is in the air and the school admissions season has started. If you are thinking about options such as those that we have listed below, it is a great time to take a look at an admissions timeline, and embedded in this blog is a link to a comprehensive article on the topic. We will be hosting a free Zoom session on Thursday 9/15 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss the importance of the admissions timeline for you and your family. This session is for parents/ gaurdians only.


  • Maybe we will consider a new private elementary, middle or secondary school next year?

  • I am curious about boarding schools, even though my child might not be interested.

  • I am not sure if my child's current school the right school.

RSVP HERE: https://www.novakprepconsulting.com/post/the-school-admissions-season-has-begun



 

College Admissions Workshop with Magner Consulting:

After 15 years working in higher education at Loyola and Tulane, Kristy Magner started Magner Consulting in order to help students understand what they want from a college experience, apply to their best fit universities, and successfully transition to college. Her goal is to create broader access to college advising information through offering both one-on-one support and community workshops. If you'd like to learn more about her work, you can visit her website, follow her on instagram or RSVP to attend the following info session.

Top Things You Need to Know As A Parent In The Current Admissions Landscape

When: September 19 at 7 pm

Where: Zoom (RSVP for link)

Questions: email kristy@magner.consulting

Kristy Magner Magner Consulting Associate Member, IECA + ‪1 (504) 233-3223‬ kristy@magner.consulting www.magner.consulting


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