To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 we have accepted the challenge from the City of Savannah to ensure we follow the COVID-19 operational protocols.
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Millions of families across the country are at home. Schools are closed and parents are working from home. Savannah is not any different, and the uncertainties around the changes in our lives threatens to fill us with anxiety. Many Savannah professionals in the education and counseling fields are working hard to keep people in the community manage this new normal using online resources.
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In light of current health concerns and the move to online classes throughout the state, SEC is offering virtual learning support through FaceTime/Skype/Zoom
This summer, Savannah Educational Consultants will once again be offering the SAT/ACT Diagnostic.
The Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) of which Savannah Educational Consultants are members, are committed to helping families find the most appropriate college for their students and assist families in navigating the application process. Following a comprehensive code of ethics, IECA members are professionals who understand and adhere to high ethical standards in all their interactions with clients and institutions and are compensated by and work exclusively on behalf of their client families.
How to make the most of your experience on a junior-year campus tour whirlwind
Ah, the campus tour road trip. Pros: get your head all the way in the college-analysis game, effectively compare schools back-to-back, and glean the extra insight from staying overnight in the college towns you hope to one day make your home. Cons? Logistical chaos, sleep deprivation, and the omnipresent threat that all seven schools you tour will eventually blur into a homogeneous sequence of holistic admissions processes and Gothic architecture.
Establishing an ADHD diagnosis would seem to be a relatively straightforward matter. You simply use whatever means necessary to gather information that allows you to address the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria of ADHD (inattention, distractibility and hyperactivity), and then decide whether ADHD is present or not.
What are the life skills you are teaching your teenager? Does your teenager know how to: Make a meal? Wake themselves up on time? Do laundry? Pump gas? Help others? Ask for help? Pack their own bag? Grocery shop? Take public transportation? Budget spending? Think about the things you do every day and whether your teenager is able to do these things on his/her own. When you should you teach your child these skills? Now is a good time!