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Published: Thursday, March 1 2012 1:08 p.m. MST

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Caprice
PROVIDENCE, UT

Excellent article with very useful information. I highly approve of the suggestion to get in touch with your high school counselor early on and stay in touch. Get your application forms mailed in before the deadline if you have any hope of qualifying for a scholarship. And most definitely go to a college that is right for you, not just where your friends will be. Chances are that after one year, most of them won't be in school any longer anyway.

Millie Bess
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Most high school students never even think about talking to a high school counselor about scholarships because it is never mentioned to them by the faculty. The counselor is a wonderful resource and will make a gigantic difference in he outcome of students considering college.

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