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College in the Time of Covid-19: What We Learned, pt. 2

Last week GCP co-hosted a webinar on the current state of college admissions featuring a top-notch expert panel.  If you missed part 1 of the highlights you can find them here.  We continue with part 2 of the highlights of this informative session.   Grading: College admissions officers understand that high schools have handled Spring semester grading in a [...]

College in the Time of Covid-19: What We Learned

Thanks to all who attended the GCP/Hunter College Continuing Education webinar College Admissions in the Time of Covid-19, which was held on May 6th.  A great many parents registered and turned out for this webinar to hear the latest on college admissions news from our panel of experts: David Coleman, CEO of the College Board Eric J. Furda,  Dean [...]

Join GCP Tomorrow for College Admissions in the Time of Covid-19

Our second free webinar, College in the Time of COVID-19, is almost here!  Tomorrow, May 6th, at 1pm EDT  I'll be talking about the impact of COVID-19 on the college admissions process with these experts: David Coleman, Chief Executive Officer, The College Board Eric Furda, Dean of Admissions, University of Pennsylvania Jessica Marinaccio, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions and Financial [...]

Homeschooling Headaches? Join Our Virtual Discussion on 4/22 for Expert Tips and Help!

On Wednesday April 22 at 4pm EDT, I will be hosting a free virtual video panel discussion, "School in the Time of COVID-19" to give guidance and answer your questions about managing your children's homeschooling experience. Are your children dealing with a full schedule of schoolwork that is tough for them (and you) to keep track of?  Or do [...]

The Inside Guide to NYC Parenting is Coming Next Month!!!

The Inside Guide to NYC Parenting is coming to back to Hunter College in April 2020--next month!!  If you live in or around NYC, you can join us again this year to discover answers to some of the important parenting questions I've been focusing on for years in this blog.  I'll be offering resources, tips and advice on key academic [...]

GCP on “The Process”: College Admissions Questions Answered!

University of Pennsylvania Dean of Admissions Eric Furda hosts "The Process", a Sirius XM monthly show on college admissions, and I was his first guest for the July show.  It aired on Sunday morning, and if you missed it you can hear it at https://soundcloud.com/siriusxmentertainment/the-process-7-26-19 And what will you hear in my segment?  Lots of college admissions advice and tips. [...]

Your College Admissions Questions Answered by Experts: Here’s How

GCP parents, do you have a son or daughter thinking about college?  Want to have your burning questions about the college admissions process answered by a top college dean of admissions?  Then here is some exciting news:  This Friday, July 26, I am joining Eric Furda, Dean of Admissions of the University of Pennsylvania, as a guest on his Sirius XM Radio Show "The Process", which [...]

Are Your Children Looking at College Websites Online? Tell Them Every Click Counts

Do you have a high schooler in the college hunt? Here's important news from a recent article in the Wall Street Journal: Some colleges are tracking students' online interaction with their websites and factoring this into their admissions decisions. Those of you familiar with the college admissions process may have heard that some colleges look at students' "demonstrated interest", [...]

Insider Tips on the College Admissions Process

Yesterday GCP and Independent School Diversity Network (ISDN) hosted an "Insider’s View of the College Admissions Process" on Martha's Vineyard, featuring key admissions representatives from Columbia, Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania discussing the admissions process. Once a year GCP and ISDN fill a living room with kids of color and give them the opportunity to meet with the [...]

Inspirational: LeBron James’ I Promise School

LeBron James may have taken his talents to the LA Lakers, but he is leaving something very valuable behind in Ohio: a chance for 240 at-risk third and fourth graders in his hometown of Akron to get a brand new public school designed to help them achieve. James and his LeBron James Family Foundation have partnered with The Akron [...]