If your teacher has agreed to write you a letter of recommendation for college, congratulations! You’ve found someone who wants to vouch…
Struggling to write your first resume as a high school student? Check out this guide on how to craft one for an internship or college app.
Always feel like you’re running out of time? In this blog, we’ll explain how to conduct a time audit and analyze your time management.
It’s a hard lesson, but sometimes you need to slow down in order to go faster, and sometimes you need to lay down in order to run.
The best process for developing purpose is through action, a purpose project that we call a Spike. This process is more an art than a science, but we liken it to a very simple 4-step framework that our students follow.
This is a guest post written by our coach, Grace Chiang. It’s no question COVID-19 has massively disrupted the education of hundreds…
Writing is one of the most important skills for college applications, college courses, and life in general. Yet high schoolers don’t spend nearly enough time developing it. In this post we outline what you can do to start developing this skill sooner rather than later.
After a tough semester, it’s tempting to want to spend winter break sitting around doing nothing. Since free time is rare in high school, this is a totally understandable feeling. However, winter break is a fantastic opportunity to get things done that you wouldn’t otherwise have a chance to.
“It’s a Trap!” — Five clubs to avoid in high school (unless you really, really love them)
We are frequently asked about the pros and cons of various clubs and activities, so we’ve summed up our general insights about some of the clubs that are time “traps” because they don’t help nearly as much as people think.