Teens

Teens

Admissions Apps & College Consultants for High School Students

Choosing the right college or university is only part of the journey. Students still need to complete a rigorous application process that includes an in-depth look at their academic scores,

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‘Changes’ Outpatient Facility Helps Kids Struggling with Mental Health, Addiction

Children and teens who are experiencing mental health and addiction issues now have a place to go.

Located in Solon, Changes is a new state-of-the-art outpatient facility from Springstone, a

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Getting a Head Start: How Students can Earn College Credits in high school

Adrianna Lakatos graduated this past May from Chardon High School. Like her classmates, she had spent her high school days doing the things she loved: drama club, attending football games

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Career Opportunities Provided by Technical Certificates and Two-Year Degrees

If you have a high schooler at home, you’re probably starting to think about what comes next after graduation.  read more

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No Chips for Breakfast: Healthy Morning Meals for Teens

Eating a nutritious breakfast provides energy, improves your ability to concentrate, has a positive impact on your mood, and encourages lifelong healthy habits. If you find that your teen often skips breakfast or hits the school’s vending machine, have them start their day off right with these healthy options. ...
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Social Media and Self Image for Today’s Teens

The rise of smartphones and social media pushes today's teens to be full-time brand managers who strive for likes, comments, upvotes, emojis and hashtags regarding how they present themselves. Unfortunately, this strengthens the perception that image is everything, and getting likes is the key to happiness. Anxiety, depression and self doubt all rise when teens measure their worth by the number of likes they receive. ...
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Testing the Waters of Rowing in Northeast Ohio

Rowing might not be the first sport that comes to mind in Northeast Ohio, but there are several reasons why it’s gaining popularity among local athletes. Learn more about the sport, including its health benefits, potential scholarship opportunities, and why the region is unique when it comes to rowing. ...
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Podcast Episode #32: ‘Dreamland’ Author Discusses Roots of the Opioid Crisis

On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miram Conner talks with author Sam Quinones about his young adult adaptation of “Dreamland,” in which he delves deep into the roots of the opioid crisis and the small Ohio town he researched. ...
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Preparing Our Children for the ‘Real World’

As my oldest daughter heads off for college in the fall, I wonder (OK, I worry) if I’ve prepared her enough for this transition. Since she’s my first to leave

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Podcast Episode #30: Is Your Child Ready to Leave the Nest?

Your child made it: he or she finished 13 years of school and graduated! You have prepared them for the academics they will face in college and their dorm room is going to be decked out with all the comforts of home. But are they really ready? Podcast host Miriam Conner speaks with Daniel Horne and Laura Scarnecchia, who share tips for helping your child prepare mentally and emotionally for college or life away from home. ...
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