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Status and Ego

Ingrained in our middle or upper-class mindset is the idea that going or not going to the right college may cause a major shift in our lives, the lives of our children and how were’ looked upon by our family, friends and associates.  This may or may not be a surprise to you; it doesn’t make much difference where your future student goes to college, it’s what he or she makes of the time there that counts.

A committed young man or woman will do extremely well at whatever school they attend.  Remember it’s the student who makes the college experience worthwhile, not the college nor the parent.

Dependent upon your student’s interests and strength of purpose, do not rule our community colleges, vocational schools as well as the grants and scholarships available from various organizations in need of highly skilled craftsmen.

“People who are proud will soon be disgraced.  It is wiser to be modest.” Proverbs II:2

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