Our March newsletter is here and it is packed with helpful information your family won’t want to miss! We’ve got you covered when it comes to finding the perfect summer opportunity, gap year program or college match. Check out the newsletter today and start opening new doors for your future! Speaking of doors, ours is
Our February newsletter has arrived, and it is full of helpful information for high school families! Now is the perfect time to be thinking about summer plans and we have plenty of resources to help. Speaking of great resources, we just discovered Understanding FAFSA. This user-friendly guide is guaranteed to make the financial aid application
Check out our January newsletter that is packaged with helpful information you won’t want to miss! Parents are welcome to sign up for our classes hosted by Needham Community Education and students are encouraged to register for upcoming virtual college fairs. Lastly, we’ve shared an extensive database of summer and afterschool STEM programs that are
Coalition for College Free Events for College Applicants and Parents Coalition for College hosts the Coalition Application as well as numerous free events to assist families with the college search and application process. Don’t miss upcoming programs including virtual college fairs, workshops about college financial aid and affordability, college information sessions and more! For more information
Our August newsletter has arrived! Register for our class with Sexton Test Prep & Tutoring to learn more about the differences between the SAT and ACT, explore upcoming virtual college fairs, and discover amazing online extracurricular opportunities for teens happening this fall. To read more, please click here.
With the start of a new school year on the horizon, parents and schools are exploring various options for learning as Covid-19 cases continue to surge across the country. Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has developed a comprehensive resource that will address many of your questions regarding the pandemic and topics such as transmission, illness, masks, bussing, athletics, and more.
The pandemic has presented a myriad of challenges for families, especially with regard to education and making plans for the summer. Fortunately, many organizations that typically offer in-person summer programs quickly pivoted and transformed their programming to be virtual. There are hundreds of virtual opportunities, including free and low-cost programs that are still enrolling teens.
Please join Ben Sexton & Mindy Popp for a virtual college prep Q&A session Wednesday, June 17th, 12:30pm, FREE  As coronavirus has rocked our lives, the college application landscape has been rapidly changing. With daily announcements about test-optional admissions, test-blind policies, gap year programs, and on-campus vs. online learning, it can be nearly impossible for
Tonight I had the privilege of listening to Dr. Edith Eva Eger, a Holocaust survivor and author of the phenomenal must-read book The Choice. Dr. Eger reflected on the recent tragedies that all of us are confronting and reminded her audience that “We are not born with hatred. It is learned.” The horrific tragedy of
As our communities continue to contend with the stress of Covid-19, Popp & Associates is committed to supporting our clients, colleagues and all families near and far as we strive to move forward despite the challenges we are facing. On Memorial Day, we want to remember those who lost their lives fighting for freedoms we