Excelling in College

  • 5 Tips For Managing Coarse Hair

    30 December 2015

    Coarse hair can be very difficult to work with sometimes. It gets drier than normal hair types and can look very damaged. However, if you use the right products and treat your locks with care, you can make your hair softer and healthier. Here are five helpful tips for managing coarse hair: Do not Wash Your Hair Too Much Washing any hair type too much is not good, but it is especially harmful for coarse hair.

  • Five Cool Courses That You Should Be Taking At Adult-Ed

    14 July 2015

    If you are fortunate enough to have an adult-education program at your area high school, there are some classes that you should definitely consider taking. The prices for these offerings are significantly lower than what you would find at a trade school or university, and the provision of specific tools and equipment makes them an even better deal. Five courses that you should sign up for include: Foreign language. There are typically different foreign language offerings in adult-ed programs, from Spanish to American Sign Language.

  • Three Factors In Determining What Medical School You Should Attend

    26 May 2015

    As you are looking at where you want to go to medical schools, there are several things to consider. Because this will help to define your career, you will want to make a great decision. Here are three things that should factor in to your decision to attend a medical school: How Much Pressure Do You Want to Be Under? It can be an extraordinary challenge to get into medical schools in the United States.

  • Giving Your Child The Education They Deserve With The Safety They Need - Handling Food Allergies At Private Schools

    25 February 2015

    One of the most difficult challenges for parents whose children have severe food allergies is developing a plan of action for when the child is at school. It's important that your child not feel isolated or marginalized by their allergies, but it's also important that everyone around them has an understanding of the severity and what to do in a crisis. While public schools will likely have prior experience in handling these situations, private schools, with a smaller student base, may not.