High School Survival Kit for Parents

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You need a high school survival kit for parents! Do you have a high schooler?  Or a middle schooler and you are wondering what to expect the next few years?  I am here to help.  My high school survival kit for parents is a labor of love.  It’s all the things that I wished we would have had when our older kids went through high school.  Read on to find out more about what to expect, and I hope that this can help! Follow my blog with Bloglovin Pin for later! High school with your child is like riding a …

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Cinco de Mayo all month!

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Cinco de Mayo means fifth of May. It is important for one area of Mexico, and has become a fun American tradition to celebrate. Here is information about the holiday and many ways we can celebrate Cinco de Mayo with teens. What is Cinco de Mayo?  History Originally celebrated for the anniversary of the Battle of Puebla, this holiday is celebrated in parts of Mexico and the United States in honor of a military victory in 1862 over the French forces of Napoleon III. It started in Puebla where this unlikely victory occurred, and has spread as a fun excuse …

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Parents: Are You asking Yourself “How Will We Pay for College Next Fall?”

Parents: Are you asking yourself, "How will we be paying for college?" |www.parentinghighschoolers.com

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Can You Afford to Pay for College? Have you saved enough to pay for college? If yes, I applaud you.  If not, maybe you’re just like me, hoping to find scholarships to help offset the cost and future debt for your kiddo. Paying for college is no small feat.  Read on to find out where you can find money! I hear many of stories of how people pay for 100% of college with grants and scholarships. I am in the midst of trying to figure out this process with my sons who are currently in …

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