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The Shift Series: High School to College

Parents find themselves caught in a whirlwind of emotions as the countdown to high school graduation begins. Excitement, pride, and a touch of nostalgia mingle with the undeniable concern for their child's successful transition to college life. The journey from high school to college is pivotal, marked by newfound independence, academic challenges, and the exploration of personal identity.


As an educational consultant, I understand the apprehensions that accompany this significant milestone. Therefore, for February, I will lean in on this topic and offer support. To begin, I want to share my brand new YouTube discussion, which spotlights Focus Collegiate, an organization based in Boston that offers individualized college Support nationwide. 


During this interview, you will hear from Ann-Marie Stripling, Enrollment and Outreach Director for Focus Collegiate, to learn more about her background, guidance, and what the support looks like at Focus Collegiate. Listen now to find out if you or someone you know would benefit from their advice and expertise. 





Throughout the month, Williams Educational will delve into the myriad concerns parents often express about their high school graduates embarking on the college adventure. From academic preparedness to emotional well-being, we'll explore the key facets contributing to a smooth transition and ultimate success in the college environment.


Join me on this exploration as we address the pressing questions, share insightful tips, and provide a roadmap for parents navigating the intricate path of supporting their children during this transformative period. 


Whether you're a first-time college parent or have experienced this journey, this series aims to empower you with knowledge and guidance to ensure a positive and successful transition for your high school student.


Let's embark on this adventure together, navigating the transition from high school to college with confidence and understanding.

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