Bridgeway Academy to Host “How to Prepare for College” Webinar Today at 2pm ET

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No-cost webinar focused on helping high school students and their parents maneuver the challenges of applying for and getting ready for higher education.

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Bridgeway Academy boasts incredible statistics of college success, with 85% of their graduates being accepted into their first college choice.

Preparing for college can be a daunting experience for students and parents alike. For students in traditional education systems as well as homeschool networks, discovering the best methods to prepare for testing, applications and loans can be stressful and challenging. Bridgeway Academy, a leader in homeschool and non-traditional education, hopes to take some of the fear out of higher education by offering a “How to Prepare for College” webinar today, December 2, at 2:00pm ET. The webinar is free of charge, and high school students and their parents can register here:

Bridgeway Academy boasts incredible statistics of college success, with 85% of their graduates being accepted into their first college choice. 82% of Bridgeway students have gone on to attend college, which far exceeds the national average of 69.2%.

Every parent wants their students to succeed in their college and future endeavors. However, more and more students are entering the college world underprepared for the workload. According to the 2016 ACT report, 34% of students taking the test did not meet any of their benchmarks, showing that they will struggle in college coursework. Not only are kids lacking academically, but they go to college acquiring debt and starting their life stressed and bogged down with college loans. These statistics can become a huge burden for parents when deciding the best path of education for their high school students.

Bridgeway Academy not only recognizes these stressors, but gives parents and students the support and expert advice, along with a school counselor meeting for seniors to set them up for success. Bridgeway packages meet each child where they are academically while challenging them to be fully prepared for standardized tests as well as college level coursework. For those students wanting to get ahead of the game, Bridgeway offers Dual Enrollment classes and AP/Honors courses in their curriculum.

Each year, the price of a college continues to rise along with the statistics of college student debt. With over $1 Trillion of outstanding student loan debt and over 60% of students needing loans to finish their degree, it’s hard to understand how anyone can afford to earn a degree while trying to start life on their own. Take a look at some of these top statistics from Sept 2016:

●    Approximately 35% of freshman students will drop out of college.
●    Over 86% of students with loans have more than $28,000 in loans and 10% of students with loans have more than $54,000 in debt.
●    Average number of students borrowing on an annual basis is 12.25 million
●    There are over 14 million students who carry loans for up to 30 years, while another 2.2 million people are still paying off student loans after the age of 60.

Students 9th grade to 12th grade and their parents can register for the “How to Prepare for College” webinar by clicking here:

About Bridgeway Academy

Since 1989, Bridgeway Homeschool Academy has been meeting the market demand for freedom in education.Through a holistic approach to homeschooling that includes placement and learning style assessment, customized curriculum, parental support, college preparation and more, Bridgeway’s homeschool programs exceed state and national accreditation standards. Since their inception, over 25,000 students have achieved academic success through custom designed learning plans based on each child’s unique strengths, goals, interests and learning style. Boasting a rate of 85% of students attending their first-choice college post-graduation, Bridgeway is a proven, highly customized alternative to traditional public and private education.

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