college-bound

college-bound

adj
(Education) US intending to go to college
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At the same time, many students who do not enroll in college immediately after high school will return at some point for additional education and skills--making the college-bound vs.
The White House will soon unveil a final version of its "college scorecard"--an online tool giving college-bound students and their families a hype-free snapshot of reliable information about any U.
Tahanto is listed with a graduation rate of 98 percent, with 97 percent college-bound.
The results are presented in the report "Retail Inspiration: Insight from College-Bound Consumers.
Thirty-four were gifted, 32 were not gifted but were college-bound, and the other 34 were neither gifted nor college-bound.
Through our collaborative efforts, we are helping foster a college-bound culture in our high schools, ensuring that all students receive the high-quality instruction and support they need to fulfill the challenges ahead,'' Superintendent Roy Romer said in a statement.
If you're gay and college-bound, this is one more thing to consider as you decide where to spend four of the most important years of your life.
The scholarships are awarded to African-American college-bound students in Rockland county with financial needs who have demonstrated academic promise.
THIS annual directory of college and university dance programs is a must-have resource for college-bound dancers.
Developing effective self-advocacy skills in college-bound students with learning disabilities.
High School Edition as it centers on the sex lives (or contemplated sex lives) of four intelligent, articulate, athletic, multiethnic, college-bound girls, best friends, in their senior year of high school.
2004 high school graduates * who took the recommended core coursework for college-bound students:

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