college-bound

college-bound

adj
(Education) US intending to go to college
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BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-May 3, 2019-California Credit Union awards 10 scholarships to college-bound students in Los Angeles
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 3, 2019-California Credit Union awards 10 scholarships to college-bound students in Los Angeles
Global Banking News-May 3, 2019-California Credit Union awards 10 scholarships to college-bound students in Los Angeles
The Tea, now in its tenth year, will raise scholarship funds for college-bound public high school students in the District of Columbia.
They have always done a very good job of course selections and keeping up with the college-bound student needs.
Stephen O'Neil, the vice president of investments at The Resmark Companies, was named president of the alumni association for Jemicy School, which educates above-average to gifted college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences.
Any education or high school reference collection for the college-bound needs this.
has launched its annual Get College Ready campaign and website with a new interactive tool that navigates college-bound high school students and their families through learning exercises on how to pay for college, prepare for school and manage money.
If you work in higher ed digital marketing or communications, you've likely heard about the annual College-Bound Student E-Expectations Survey.
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.
With the support of Knapp's wife, Colleen, Champion extended Knapp's licensed products program to fund a scholarship that will award $2,500 each to two boys and two girls who are college-bound students.

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