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On To College Podcast (Formerly John Baylor Prep)
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April 29, 2018 08:08 AM PDT

Summer is the time to create student passion. Here’s how-- without spending much. The Gender Gap is Real. Here’s one reason girls outperform boys in school. The Gap Year— a great strategy for students seeking their passion before starting college.

April 22, 2018 07:21 AM PDT

What is the biggest concern for families and students? Debt. Don’t let it happen to you.

Is College Too Expensive? Some say yes. We say, “Only for uninformed college shoppers."

College should not created indebtedness— it should create financial freedom. Here’s how.

April 15, 2018 08:02 AM PDT

7 Ways Parents Can Get Ready for College & where to find those scholarships. 4 Ways to maximize scholarships. Don’t be confused. How to calculate that financial aid offer.

April 08, 2018 12:25 PM PDT

Lessons learned by this year’s seniors— don’t do this if you’re applying to colleges and on a budget. Merit aid is rare if you apply to schools on the East or West Coast. Plus, Midwest Colleges cost less. Where can you find merit-based aid (think midwest)?  And an elite engineering college for under $20k a year: The Webb Institute.

April 01, 2018 11:00 AM PDT

20% of U.S. States have an average ACT score below 20.0. It’s not intelligence-- it’s effort. Let’s attack student apathy. Here’s how to attack student apathy at home and in schools, & OTC’s 3 keys to getting into a selective college: have a productive passion, write about it well, have your recommendations cover it. An affordable, strong, Big Ten University: Nebraska. And how driverless cars make a two-or four-year degree more important than ever: don’t get scared, get prepared.

March 25, 2018 03:12 PM PDT

Becoming a two or four-year college grad with minimal debt is a choice,  Yes, it’s feasible and critical. Yes you CAN negotiate that college offer. Here’s how.
The 4 keys to successful college negotiations: prepare, determine your annual budget, have leverage, respectfully negotiate a lower net cost.

March 13, 2018 07:00 PM PDT

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.

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), ...

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

March 04, 2018 11:00 AM PST

Hate Mail— JB responds to a skeptical student. How does answering ACT questions help create two- and four- year college graduates with minimal debt?

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.

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

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

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

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

February 18, 2018 11:37 AM PST

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

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

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

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