College Corner

 

Brethren Christian School has a responsibility to assist students in successfully navigating to high school graduation, and to equip them to be prepared for the college application process through our counseling services. The College Corner is the BC monthly update of what is going on that relates to college, SAT/ACT testing, test prep, national and international Summer School opportunities, Financial Aid, and scholarship opportunities to name a few. Ultimately, we trust the Lord in the plans that he has for all our students, and we desire to do all we can to help our students and families achieve their scholastic aspirations.

The menu navigation to the right will allow you to go to each important section of the College Corner.

Specific announcements and information for each grade (9-12) are listed in the links below as to what a student should be doing or addressing throughout the year. It’s a resource for the parent and the student. Also, pay attention to the Daily Bulletin for Scholarship updates, SAT/ACT test info. and college related information. 

 
Upcoming News
 
SAT vs. ACT: Which test is best for you? Find out with events starting April 21.
Colleges accept the SAT and ACT equally. Which test should your child take for the college he/she wants? Find out with our “SAT vs. ACT: Which test is best for you?” events. It’s very easy:
  • Students take our 5-minute SAT vs. ACT quiz
  • Students get predictive scores for both tests with our Free Combo Practice Test
  • They find out which test fits them best for getting into college
  • They sign up for free prep and test information events for that test
 
All events are live online and taught by Kaplan experts. Students will be able to do practice tests and bootcamps, and get the important test information they need to know.
 
Join Kaplan the week of April 21 for SAT vs. ACT: Which Test is Best for You? Find out with events starting April 21.
 
An admission representative from Emory University is hosting an information session for prospective students and their families. 

share this event with sophomores and juniors.