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High School Clubs: How to Start Them

High School Clubs: How to Start Them

Students are often encouraged to participate in high school clubs that are related to their desired field of study. However, this direction is not possible for many students, as the activities available at one’s school or community may be limited.  In high...

College Scholarship Search: High School Seniors’ Guide

College Scholarship Search: High School Seniors’ Guide

Regular Decision season is over, and, finally, you can sit back and do nothing at all… Just kidding! There’s still the rest of senior year coursework and exams and the all-important subject of today’s blog: college scholarship. Most have an ineffective approach to a...

Top 20 Unique Extracurriculars

Top 20 Unique Extracurriculars

I surveyed all 65 current members of Dewey Smart, from our college counselors to the SAT tutors to the software development team, asking just one question: “what’s the most interesting high school extracurricular you’ve come across?” After a week of collecting these...

Should I Take the SAT or ACT?

Should I Take the SAT or ACT?

As schools eliminate standardized testing requirements and implement test optional policies, many students are faced with a tough question: should I take the SAT or ACT?  Although they seem interchangeable, the tests have key differences which can make one more...

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