Learn more about what transitioning to College looks like for your high school junior.
Dear Parents of
High School Juniors
Okay, no more putting it off, it is time to talk about college.
If you have kept in-depth discussion of the subject under wraps during Freshman and Sophomore years, you and your teen are about to go on a voyage of discovery during junior year. He or she will discover what interests them, excites them, and motivates them. You will discover an adult emerging, and the emphasis here is on emerging, from what will soon be the memories of childhood.
College Countdown has put together an overview for parents on how to approach talking about college with their children. Click ‘Read More’ below to see our guide: Practical Advice for Your High School Junior.
The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is a group of ScholarShare 529 parents with children already using their 529 savings for college. That means they know a few things about college and are eager to share perspectives and insights with you as your teenager begins their college adventure. This is a group of parents who have been there, done that. Now, they’re ready to exchange stories with you. Meet the PAC.