Find out more about early college entrance exams – the PreACT, PSAT, and CLT8 & 10
Gifts: Visible and Invisible is the latest offering from the talented writers of CatholicTeenBooks.com. This collection of eight Christmas stories for teens offers enjoyable tales for fans of contemporary, historical, and dystopian genres.
A Guest Article by Katherine O’Brien, M.A., CCPS of CelticCollegeConsultants.com With recently announced changes to the ACT, instability in SAT scores from one sitting to the next, and the strong showing of the new CLT, students need to re-think their approach to college admissions tests. The ACT Beginning with the September 2020 national ACT test date, students who… Read more →
Every Catholic’s Guide to College 2020 Colleges and universities with a strong Catholic presence on campus offer an added dimension to their students. The “home away from home” that many create provides comfort, stability, a place to relax, make friends, as well as pray and be fed by God’s love and mercy to all students, from the nominally Catholic to… Read more →
St.Thomas More College in Merrimack, NH has announced its Faith and Reason Scholarship Contest for this year. The Faith & Reason Essay Contest is open to all incoming freshmen at Thomas More College. Awards: Two scholarships for full tuition for four years. Three scholarships for half tuition for four years. Five scholarships of $3,500 for four years. Essay Topic:… Read more →
The Gate by Nancy Carabio Belanger This YA novel is written from the perspective of the grown-up Joshua, as he looks back and remembers a life-changing time in his past. I loved this book and couldn’t wait to see how the story played out. I was so moved by the friendship of Josh and the elderly gentleman he reluctantly befriends,… Read more →
Do you have a son who wants to work with his hands? If so, there is a new Catholic residential post-secondary option that you may want to consider. Harmel Academy is hosted on the beautiful campus of Kuyper College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Harmel students live in dedicated dormitory floors, and receive instruction in dedicated classrooms and labs…. Read more →
Our friends from Catholic Teen Fiction are back with this video exploring the topic of temptation in Catholic fiction.
Bad Things Can Happen “The best laid plans of mice and men often go astray” ~ Robert Burns When you start homeschooling, you don’t plan on having a health crisis or family trauma, but bad things can happen to good homeschoolers. We are not immune from difficulty just because our children are counting on us. Sometimes the best you can… Read more →
Looking for some serious Bible Study this Lent, for either yourself or to do along with your high-school children? The St. Paul Center is offering a study of Genesis to Jesus. Journey through Scripture is the St. Paul Center’s flagship Bible study program designed to help ordinary Catholics grow in their knowledge of the Scriptures while deepening their understanding of… Read more →