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Friends School to Award Merit Scholarships

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Friends School of Baltimore is awarding $10,000 scholarships to two new students applying to the school for grades 6, 7 or 8.

Don’t Miss The Park School of Baltimore’s Fall Events

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NEIGHBORHOOD COFFEES, SPEAKER SERIES PRESENTED BY THE PARK PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION AND PARK CONNECTS, ADMISSION OPEN HOUSE AND TOURS WITH PRINCIPALS! 

College Admissions Boot Camp – Stand Out Among the Competition

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If you’re a parent with a rising senior applying to college in the fall, you may be looking ahead with some trepidation.

Boys’ Latin Recognizes College-Bound Student Athletes

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Seated (left to right): Braden Atkinson – University of Delaware, football; Desmond Banks – West Virginia Wesleyan College, football; Rowan Bartell – Roanoke College, lacrosse; Jason Chappell – Lycoming College, lacrosse; Chinweoke Victor Dimukeje – Duke University, football; Greg Ey – Penn State University, lacrosse; Dajuan Felder – West Virginia Wesleyan College, football; Evan Gaines – Washington College, lacrosse; Jacob Glatz – Penn State University, lacrosse; John Kunisch – Kenyon College, football; and Mark Lopez – Johns Hopkins University, baseball. Standing (left to right): Michael Peters – Randolph-Macon College, lacrosse; Cooper Nalley – Gettysburg College, football; Dylan Pinsky, Ohio Northern University, lacrosse; Koby Russell – High Point University, lacrosse; Brock Sassler – University of Maryland, football; Jacob Schneider – St. Francis University, football; Luke Shilling – Johns Hopkins University – lacrosse; Atherton Townsend – Mount St. Mary’s University, lacrosse; and Marquise Washington – Frostburg State University, baseball. Not pictured: Bryce Gothier – Roanoke College, lacrosse; Matthew Purnell – McDaniel College, baseball; and Garrett Voigt – Ohio Wesleyan University, lacrosse.

The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland held an event this morning to recognize and celebrate 23 seniors who have been invited and agreed to play for a college team in the fall.

Early Admission: A Strategic Move to Consider

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Deciding whether or not to apply for early admissions can be challenging. Should you commit to a single school through Early Decision?

ACT vs. SAT: Which One Should You Take?

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It’s a question we hear often from our students: Should I take the ACT or SAT?

Why The New August SAT Test Date Is Awesome

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For decades, the SAT has only offered testing dates during the traditional school year — October, November, December, January, March, May, and June. But starting this year, the SAT will be replacing its unpopular January test date with one in August.

Experience a First Look @ Friends March 28th – Learn What Makes a Friends Education Wonderfully Unique

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First Look @ Friends

Our version of an Open House gives prospective families the opportunity to sit in classes and see our teachers teach, meet faculty and administrators and talk to our students and ask them “what makes a Friends education so wonderfully unique.”

Too Late to Apply for Accommodations on the SAT and ACT?

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Prepping for the SAT/ACT is no easy task. It involves months of consistent, committed study that often requires working with an experienced tutor.

Why 4 Months of Tutoring for the SAT/ACT?

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Conventional wisdom says that students should take the SAT/ACT exams sometime during their junior year of high school. Parents typically pick a testing date based on this advice and then race to enroll their student in a prep class, or private tutoring sessions, four to six weeks before the test date.

But it’s not the best strategy.