Tag: college prep

Freshmen Find Their Place at Notre Dame Preparatory

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Freshman Isabella Lawton in NDP’s STEAM Lab, where she will take Introduction to Engineering next year.

Isabella Lawton always knew she wanted to go to Notre Dame Preparatory school. Years ago, she saw the school at a dance recital and felt a strong sense of community.

Mercy High School Coach Doug Pryor Named State Coach of the Year for Maryland H.S. Girls Private/Parochial

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Featured L to R: Emily Crusse (senior), Doug Pryor, Ada Clare Tempert (junior), Mia Ramirez (senior). All three students are members of the varsity soccer team.

The Maryland Association of Coaches of Soccer (MACS) has named Mercy High School Varsity Head Soccer Coach, Doug Pryor, “State Coach of the Year for Maryland High School Girls” in the private/parochial category.

SAT and ACT Test Prep – When Should You Start?

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The process of test prep is often a subject clouded in uncertainty for many families that come into our office. Questions range from which test to take to what score to shoot for. Of course, the most pressing question that should be answered is, when should we start?

Streamline Tutors Launches The Streamline 60 Video Series

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Hi there! We at Streamline Tutors are celebrating the opening of our new location in beautiful Roland Park and the launch of our new video series, The Streamline 60.

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.

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.

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.

The Bryn Mawr School Appoints Sue Sadler as New Headmistress

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Sue Sadler Bryn Mawr

The Bryn Mawr School Board of Trustees has unanimously appointed Sue Sadler to serve as the school’s 10th headmistress, effective July 1, 2017. Sadler will succeed Maureen E. Walsh, who has led the independent, nonsectarian, all-girls college-preparatory school in Baltimore with distinction as the its leader since 2002.

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