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Although Ethan was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, he strongly believes that it doesn’t make him different from anyone else. more

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Ciera’s love for fashion has been apparent since the beginning- she has been sewing since the age of seven, and began selling purses at nine. As her skills have improved, she has won several awards for her sewing, including first place in... more

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Laura is a pro when it comes to leadership- she has held various positions in Tallassee High School’s Student Council since her freshman year. more

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Cet-Ki is passionate about photography- his work has been displayed at the Kentuck Festival, the Wynton Blount Cultural Center, the Armory Learning Arts Center, and Jackson Hospital. more

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Bethany is making great strides to reach her goals. She was chosen as one of 28 students from across the country to attend the VET STEP II Summer Program, hosted by the Tuskegee University College of Medicine, where she attended... more

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Andrew is a member of several clubs and organizations at ACA, including Cross Country, Track and Field, Key Club, and Pep Club. more

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At Eastwood Christian School, Cami is involved in Beta Club, Math Club, Mu Alpha Theta, and the Spanish Honors Society. She serves as captain of both the varsity volleyball and varsity basketball teams, and is a member of the varsity tennis team. more

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Sydney is very active in student life at Saint James School. She is president of the Student Government Association, as well as president of the French Club and Student YMCA Club. more

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As a student at Evangel Christian Academy, Brandon makes sure he stays as involved in school activities as he can. He is a member of the National Honor Society, and was previously a member of the Junior National Honor Society. more

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It's that time of year again- Spring Break is right around the corner! A chance to relax, have fun with friends, and take a breather from mountains of schoolwork. Sometimes, we can get so focused on having fun that we forget to stay safe, though. more

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Take this quick quiz and find out what type of learner you are! more

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How can you get in-state tuition at an out-of-state school? more

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Unigo's Zombie Scholarship committee wants to know your plan to avoid the zombies, where you’d hide, and the top-five things you’d bring to stay alive. more

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The college application essay is one of the best ways to show admissions officers who you are as an individual. An essay this important has to be just right! more

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We’ve all seen it happen: A student walks into a room with sweaty palms, wide eyes, and a facial expression that suggests a sense of impending doom. They know that they aren’t ready for the test, you know that they aren’t ready for the test... more

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How much will YOU spend on college applications? more

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Heavy eyelids. Constant yawning. Utter lack of energy. Did we just describe how you feel in the morning? You're not alone! The American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended that schools start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. in order for students to get... more

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50% of colleges report that a student's demonstrated interest in the school is highly important in the admission process. How can you make sure the college you're applying to knows that you really want to attend school there? more

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Nearly 30% of surveyed high-achieving seniors cited using a college admissions consultant in the admissions process. Is it really worth it to hire a counselor outside of the one your school provides? more

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What if you could go to college and be given a job that is related to your major and fits around your class schedule in order to pay tuition? Sound too good to be true? It isn’t! The FAFSA Work Study Program offers this very opportunity to students. more

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