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National College Fair in Charlotte:  March 11
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The National College Fair will be at The Park, 2500 E. Independence Blvd.  (formerly the Charlotte Merchandise Mart) on Sunday, March 11 from 12:00 - 4:00 pm.

This is a great opportunity to collect college and university brochures from across the US.  Representatives will be available to answer your questions, too.  


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The Next SAT Prep Class Begins March 26

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Prepare for your June SAT Test with our 8 week class beginning week of March 26


20 hours of instruction for $650 per student.  This includes the SAT Official Study Guide.


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Getting accepted to the college/university of your choice takes careful planning.  It starts before you begin high school:

9th Grade:  4 individual sessions to focus on study skills, course selection, extracurricular planning, career interest, basic intro to college research.

10th Grade:  6 individual sessions to focus on grades, career interest, course selection, college research, activities and leadership, summer activities scholarship searches.  Inventory process (including Myers Briggs, LASSI, Strong Interest Inventory, College Match Survey)

11th Grade:  10 individual sessions to continue discussion of previous topics and to add focus on the college list, standardized testing, interview preparation, application, essays.

12th Grade:  12 individual sessions to assist with application process (form, essays, interviews, recommendations, resume, etc.) scholarship search and financial aid process.

Admission to all 10 College Planning Workshops given by The Davidson Center.

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Workshop:  Parents' Role in Planning For College
Saturday, March 10 @ 10:00 am (or)
Tuesday, March 13 @ 7:00 pm

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  • Should I schedule the campus visit?
  • Will it hurt if I just fill out some of these forms for her?
  • How much say should I have in where he goes to school?
  • Where can we go to get good information about colleges we've never heard of?
  • We have questions about financial aid and potential scholarships. 
  • I feel like a checkbook. This can't be right. 
  • What is my role in all this? 

Most parents struggle with some or all of these questions as their child navigates the college admissions years. Join us on Saturday, March 10 @ 10:00 am or Tuesday, March 13 @ 7:00 pm at The Davidson Center as we discuss these and other issues surrounding the parent's role in college applications and decisions. Bring your questions! 


 $45 per family (no charge for package students)  Space is limited. 


Click here to register (through the Davidson Parks & Recreation department) or call our office (704) 892-4533  

Mark Your Calendars For Future Workshops

Mark your calendars for these informative workshops in 2012.  All are $45 per family except for the July and August sessions which are multiple day sessions. 


Workshops take place each month at The Davidson Center

  • the 2nd Tuesday  at 7:00 pm and again 
  • the 2nd Saturday at 10:00 am

Register today - maximum of 10 families (minimum of 4 families)


Register at the Davidson Parks & Recreation Department

Click here to register or call our office (704) 892-4533

  • April  College Planning for Artists (9th - 11th grade)
  • May  A Guide to College:  Surviving Your Freshman Year (12th Grade)
  • July  College Planning Summer Class (4 sessions, 3 hours each, rising 11th & 12th grade)
  • August  Writing the Application Essay (2 sessions, rising 12th grade)
  • September   A Guide to Completing College Applications
  • October  Becoming the Student Colleges Want (9th - 11th grade)
  • November  College Planning for Athletes (9th - 11th grade)
  • December  Financial Aid and Scholarships (11th - 12th grade and parents) 
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