Bryan College: High school students may begin dual enrollment classes at Bryan College the summer after their sophomore year as long as they are at least 16 years old and have a 3.0 GPA or higher. Dual enrollment is a great way to earn high school and college credit at the same time.
Many high school students begin preparing for college entrance exams and for college visits during their sophomore years of high school. However, many students and families wait too long to consider looking into college scholarships for high school studen
27 College Tips I Learned Sophomore Year- seriously this website has some pretty awesome tips.
4 Tips for Success in Homeschooling High School -- Today, as we are in the throes of Ben's sophomore year, I feel as if I can offer you all a bit of encouragement as you look toward homeschooling high school, too.
I went to PRP High school 9th,11th and 12th grade. Towards the end of my freshmen year I joined the cheerleading team which I soon had to quit because I became a mom my sophomore year and transferred. I wasn't really into anything when I got to high school like I was when I was younger in Elementary school and Middle school. I didn't know too many kids there and was shy. Until I started working and found the Love of my life and we were in the same class all along.
Is Sophomore year too early to start a college search? There are varying opinions on this. I could argue either way with respect to actually starting the search for potential colleges in earnest. However, there are definitely Sophomore year college preparation activities that should be taken care of.