The college search and application process is more expensive, more confusing, and more overwhelming today than when we went to school. It’s not realistic these days for teens to handle the search on their own.
When we think of the resume needed to get into college, we think high test scores, top grades and class rigor. But to succeed in college, students also need well-developed social-emotional skills to handle the unavoidable bumps of young adulthood.
Heading off to college is a big adjustment for all students, but the “hidden curriculum” of college policies, unspoken expectations, and procedures feels like another world if you’re a first-generation student.
After saying goodbye to your college student on move-in day, one of the hardest things to come to grips with at home is the yawning lack of information.
A Northwest winter is much than snow: Here’s your A–to–Z bucket list of snowy getaways, winter hikes, waterparks, indoor playspaces and more best adventures to families.
Is your high school student considering taking a gap year before attending college? Here’s what students and parents need to know.
If you have an LGBTQ+ child, finding the right summer camp can be a challenge, but your child deserves a great summer experience. Here's what to look for when you research camp options.
Nothing says spring quite like Skagit Valley flower fields in gorgeous bloom.
You might not realize it, but your college career services center offers many more services than just job postings.
Some kids happily nosh on baby tomatoes or steamed peas while others won’t go anywhere near vegetables.