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On To College Podcast (Formerly John Baylor Prep)
Get in to the best college at the lowest cost!
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March 13, 2018 07:00 PM PDT

Segment 1: Screenagers— half admit to being addicted. Parents-- we all need to put the the screens away and connect daily with our children— not just to help them attain a degree but to attain so much more.

Segment 2: Two strategies for unfocused high school seniors: an 18-month culinary arts degree (eating isn’t going out of style), a 12 week computer coding camp (but buyer beware), ...

Segment 3: Walk and talk— how to reinforce what matters with your children (to combat our screen culture)

March 04, 2018 11:00 AM PST

Segment 1: Hate Mail— JB responds to a skeptical student. How does answering ACT questions help create two- and four- year college graduates with minimal debt?
Segment 2: Graduating with minimal debt is a choice. Don’t add (more than $5k a year) to the $1.4 trillion in student loan debt. Don’t become a debt slave.
Segment 3: Yikes! The Summer Melt— the percentage of HS seniors enrolled in college, who never show up in the fall— is up to 20%. Here are some antidotes.

February 25, 2018 11:00 AM PST

Segment 1: This scandal illustrates why 2 and 4-year college graduation rates should be a key metric for assessing school districts. Hint: they aren't.

Segment 2: Spring game plan for HS sophomores, juniors, and seniors: what matters and what tests to take and when.

Segment 3: More value colleges: affordable quality— Central Michigan, SW MN State, Chadron State, Peru State, & Wayne State

February 18, 2018 11:37 AM PST

Segment 1: Civil Unrest Imminent, so claims a U.S. Presidential Candidate. The reason: AI. Students: be prepared, not scared.

Segment 2: Examples of how to best choose extra-curriculars: the power of music.

Segment 3: Graduating from HS early: many do it wrong, but here’s how to do it right.

February 14, 2018 07:00 AM PST

Segment 1: Two skills that double the likelihood of college graduation, according to a 19-year study.

Segment 2: Curb the college dropout rate: Top ten list for Freshmen Year Success in College.

Segment 3: Don’t become a debt slave: another value college debunks the myth that college has to be pricey and debt-filled-- Missouri State.

February 04, 2018 11:00 AM PST

Segment 1: Another myth: certain test dates mean higher ACT or SAT scores.

Segment 2: When it makes sense to take both the ACT & SAT.

Segment 3: Two colleges for under $10k a year: Berea College and College of the Ozarks.

January 28, 2018 11:00 AM PST

Segment 1:Why we can expect more from Middle School— so students can avoid the high school expectation ‘cliff'

Segment 2: Grit, Impulse Control, & Finding Productive Passions— three goals when doing Middle School and beyond

Segment 3: A 51% college drop out rate— specific strategies to avoid being a college casualty

January 21, 2018 11:00 AM PST

Segment 1: : Seniors- Yes, there’s still time to get to the right, affordable college next fall. Here’s how.

Segment 2: Seniors- Here are two of so many examples of affordable four-year colleges still available to you: Dakota Wesleyan and Dakota State.

Segment 3: Juniors- The journey begins. Here’s the simple game plan for winning the college admissions game over the next twelve months

January 14, 2018 11:00 AM PST

Segment 1: The reason qualified applicants often don’t get into their top selective college: the essay. Here’s how to write a better one.

Segment 2: How the online ACT differs from the paper ACT test.

Segment 3: Rural Ohio high schools demonstrate that expecting college graduation from all students improves all academic outcomes— quickly. Check out Reaching Higher, John’s book on this very topic at OnToCollege.com.

January 06, 2018 11:00 AM PST

Segment 1: JB met these great restaurant waiters, hard-working high school students who need to realize that they have more affordable options than community colleges.

Segment 2: 529 College Savings Plans— the good and the bad. Get started early.

Segment 3: Another great college saving vehicle: Roth IRAs. Use both— Roths and 529s.

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