14
JUN
2016

College Planning Guide for Students & Parents

Preparing for the academic rigor and high tuition rates of college can seem overwhelming. It may feel like there are more details than you can remember. However, with proper planning and preparation, the transition into college life can be smooth and full of confidence for both studen
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06
JUN
2016

The 10 Best Public High Schools in America

All parents want to send their kids to be best schools. Children deserve the best education possible. Some parents may be wary about sending their kids to a public school, but there are great schools out there. What makes a public high school the best in America? There are a number of
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06
JUN
2016

Student Health Insurance Guide

Being a student is not getting any cheaper. Students have to pay for tuition, housing, food, and a myriad of other things that they never worried about before they left home. Along with utilities and phone bill, don’t forget about health insurance. While most college students don̵
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02
JUN
2016

100 Free Online Books Everyone Should Read

  There are a lot of good books out there to read. Here at Best Value Schools we want to make sure you have access to the best material. We have compiled a list of books that we believe make a well rounded student. Every book on this list can be found free online, so you can acce
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01
JUN
2016

A Timeline of College Tuition Costs

Each year since 2009, over 20 million students enrol at American colleges and universities. Just as the demand for a college education has risen, so has the associated costs. As the inflation of college tuition has reached new heights, most millennial students are finding it difficult
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09
MAY
2016

Private Day School v. Private Boarding School

Private day schools are an excellent option for families looking to have their children receive a premier education, while still experiencing life with the family. There are many types of private schools available, but the most popular two options are private day school and private bo
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14
APR
2016

Most Amazing Campus Student Unions

When visiting a campus university, you often start at the student union. Here you find dining and shopping opportunities, university bookstores, and students in their natural habitat, “studying and hanging out.” However, not all student unions are created equally–some stand out
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14
APR
2016

19 Affordable College Towns

When choosing which college to attend it is important to consider the cost of living in the city the college is located. While a college may be within your budget, things like housing, supplies, and grocery store prices may not be. Take a look at some of the most affordable college to
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14
APR
2016

The Complete Guide to Applying to College

  Applying for college is an exciting and nerve racking time of life. Knowing the ins and outs of college applications will help you as you begin applying to different schools. Many four year colleges will consider your high school grades, high school courses, test scores, extrac
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14
APR
2016

Best Middle Schools in the United States

The years of middle school can be some of the toughest. Finding the right middle school can be even tougher. We’ve put together some of the best middle schools in the United States to help consolidate the options.   1. William B. Travis Academy for the Academically Talented and G
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