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4 Tips for Preventing High School Burnout

By IvyWise on Wed, Nov 07, 2018 @ 02:02 PM

Don't Lose Sight of Your College Prep Goals This Fall

If you find yourself counting down the days until winter break, you are not alone.  Between keeping your grades up, studying for standardized tests, and participating in your choice of extracurricular activities, many high school students have a lot of responsibilities on their plate. Neglecting to manage the stress that can come with a busy academic and social schedule can cause students to burnout at the most critical point of their high school journey.

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How to Manage the College Admissions Process

By IvyWise on Thu, Sep 11, 2014 @ 02:53 PM

Start Early and Stay Organized to Make the Most of Your College Prep

Whether you’re a senior in the middle of a sea of college essays, or a freshman just starting your high school journey, there’s always some level of preparation you need to be focused on for the college admissions process. There are many different stages to preparing for college, and each can seem a little overwhelming to parents and students if they’re unsure of how to manage the process.  

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Best Apps for High School and College Students

By IvyWise on Thu, Sep 12, 2013 @ 12:07 PM

Top Back to School Apps for High Schoolers and Undergrads

The new school year is in full swing, and with new classes and activities, you need a way to keep up with all your meetings, practices, and study time. So how do you stay organized through the back to school season?

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Spring into Studying With A Healthy Mind and Body

By IvyWise on Wed, Mar 06, 2013 @ 10:00 AM

Keep your mind and body alert through the semester finish line

School can weigh heavily on students’ minds and bodies, especially towards the end of the year. The final stretch to summer vacation is full of final exams, AP tests, projects, and presentations that can take sleep and sanity away from students. Increasing numbers of young people, now estimated at 10% from ages 13-18, are suffering from anxiety, and schools are taking notice of this condition amongst their students. In a recent article published by the Huffington Post, high schools across the country are helping students beat mental and physical fatigue through some creative solutions such as yoga, nap time, therapy dogs, and transcendental meditation. Schools have found that 15-30 minutes a day of focusing on mental health helps students perform better academically, manage stress, and avoid issues with anxiety.

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Time Management Tips for Students

By IvyWise on Fri, Jan 04, 2013 @ 03:55 PM

Creating a time management game plan can help you juggle tasks efficiently and effectively

It’s a new semester, and whether you’re in high school or college, that means getting back into the swing of balancing schoolwork, clubs, sports, friends, and a good night’s sleep. Energy and sanity can run low when a pile of work is never ending. Managing good grades, performing well at a big game or academic competition, spending quality time with family, and maintaining a social life can be exhausting. That’s why every student should invest in a time management game plan. 

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