College Information

College and University Open Houses

Meredith College, Raleigh, NC

September 27
October 18
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Bridgewater College, Virginia

October 18
November 1
February 14
March 28
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MIT, Massachusetts

Information session @ Cary Academy
Thursday, September 4
7:30pm, Berger Hall Auditorium
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Duke University, Durham, NC

Pratt School of Engineering Open House
Arts & Humanities Open House
Saturday, September 27
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Washington & Lee University, Virginia

Information session @ Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley
Thursday, September 11
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Preparing For College

College Planning Calendar – Seniors
College Planning Calendar – Juniors
College Planning Calendar – Freshmen and Sophomores

How To Write a College Essay

Considering a Community College

The College Search – Articles to help guide students as they search and review colleges & universities.

EduTrek  An online search site that allows students to search for schools by state, degree, and subject. Students can fill out basic information about themselves and their interests and be matched with schools that meet their needs. Using the matching service, students can also sort and filter through schools based on whatever criteria they choose

Helpful Links and Resources

College Foundation of NC (CFNC)

CFNC is the one-stop-shop for information about colleges, financial aid and career choices in North Carolina.  Students can apply to college, send transcripts, learn about scholarships and explore college and career options.  Students must have a CFNC account in order to send transcripts to ay NC college or university.

College Board/SAT

Student and parent information on the SAT, free test preparation, college planning, and resources.

ACT College Admissions Testing

Student and parent information on the ACT, free test preparation, college planning, and resources.
Test Preparation


Offers articles and tips about the SAT and ACT.

March 2 Success

March 2 Success is a free website offering students help with SAT/ACT test preparation, the college admissions process, and financial aid information.

Khan Academy

Free videos and tutorials to help prepare for the SAT and ACT.


Free and tuition based courses are offered, both live and online for the SAT and ACT.

Free SAT Essay Prep

SAT Prep Classes

Raleigh Tutoring is offering an SAT Boot Camp class Saturday, November 23rd from 9:00 – 4:00 at the Wade Edwards Foundation and Learning Lab across the street from Broughton High School. All students planning to take the SAT may register.  SAT Boot Camp is a comprehensive, one-day workshop that arms students with SAT test-taking skills and strategies for every question they’ll encounter on test day. Topics covered include: SAT fundamentals and strategies, test content and structure, practice and review for every question type, and how to attack all three sections: Writing, Critical Reading, and Math. The instructors are certified teachers and SAT experts. The class is from 9:00-4:00, cost $150, and includes an SAT book and all additional materials. To register, please visit With questions, please call 919.781.8963.

St. David’s School, Raleigh

SAT prep classes in January!  Two dates will cover Math and Reading:  January 4th – Math Section (8am – 2pm) January 11th – Verbal/Essay Section (8am – 2pm) Students will receive an SAT Prep book published by the College Board as part of their enrollment. This book includes multiple practice tests with answers, which will allow each student to apply the strategies we will be discussing before sitting for the actual test. The cost is $295 for both days; $180 for one day.  Space is limited to 20 students.  For more information, visit  Contact Katherine Fleming ( or call 919-782-3331 to register.

Parent’s Guide to NC Colleges

This free website and publication for parents offers information on NC colleges and universities, stories, advice and tips for going to college.

Get EDUcated!

Applying to an historically Black College or University (HBCU)?  Use the Common Black College Application to save time.  Over 35 colleges and universities untilize the common application.  Tofind out more, visit

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