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Resources for Pre-K to 12
and College

Director: Dr. Patricia M. Neff

Resources for College

Check out these websites for high school students and college freshmen.

Choosing a Major

Check out these tips for choosing a major.

College Freshmen

Here's a guidebook to surviving your freshman year in college.

Choosing a College

This is a guide to visiting and choosing a college that's right for you.

ACT Resource Guide

How to prepare for taking the ACT and get the best ACT scores.

SAT Resource Guide

How to prepare for taking the SAT and get the best SAT scores.


Visit our Scholarship page for hundreds of scholarship opportunities.

How does your child learn?

Scroll down to watch the videos and take the learning inventory tests to better understand your child's preferred learning style.

Learning Styles

Parents, do you understand how your child learns? Do you know that learning is NOT one-size fits-all? Each child has his/her own unique learning style that reflects how he or she prefers to receive information while learning. Some students prefer to receive information by HEARING (auditory learners), others prefer to SEE (visual learners), and the rest prefer to MAKE, DO or TOUCH (kinesthetic/tactile learners). While one of these may be your child’s DOMINANT learning style, your child does use some percentage of each style for learning. That is what makes your child unique. 

More about Learning Styles

Most people have a preferred way to learn. Some learn best by listening, some have to observe every step, while others have to do it to learn it. The fact is that people use all three ways to remember new information: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. While most are typically stronger in one area than another, the trick is figuring out the dominant preferred style and capitalizing on strengths. Take a few minutes to complete this informal inventory. The answers may surprise you!

Education Event Registration

Click the button below to register online for ALL EDUCATION EVENTS/ CLASSES. Many of our on-going programs run concurrently, so please be sure to list the name of the event on the form. Also be sure to fill out a different form for each student if registering more than one student for event(s).

Education Resources

Discover helpful tools for increasing academic success. Browse dozens of informative articles and educational websites for parents and students right at your fingertips.

Scholarship Opportunities

Parents and high school students: Need financial assistance with college tuition, books, or supplies? Check out HUNDREDS of scholarship opportunities from these online scholarship resources!