How to Succeed in High School and Prep for College: Book 1 of How to Succeed in High School, College and Beyond College
Terrific as an 8th grade graduation gift!
Do you know teens entering high school who are concerned about the next stage of their lives? How well will they do in high school? What about the big obstacle of applying to college?
While HOW TO SUCCEED IN HIGH SCHOOL AND PREP FOR COLLEGE is ideally targeted at students entering 9th grade, the information can be of valuable help to students at any grade in high school.
And this book is NOT only for the best students. This book is expressly written for all students -- encouraging them to follow their passions.
I would love for parents, teachers and mentors to read this book and then recommend it to the teens they know.
And if you know older young people, there are two more books in this series for them:
How to Succeed in College and Prep for Beyond College
How to Succeed Beyond College
Bonus: All 3 books include exercises to encourage teens and young adults to practice the skills that can help them in high school, college and beyond.
Phyllis Zimbler Miller has an M.B.A. from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and coaches high school students on their college applications using the marketing principles in this book.
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- Author: Phyllis Z. Miller
- Publication Date: 2012-06-20
- Publisher: Miller Mosaic, LLC
- Product Group: eBooks
- Manufacturer: Miller Mosaic, LLC
- Binding: Kindle Edition, 134 pages
- ASIN: B008DBJKFY
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