Is Test Anxiety Holding Your Student Back?

Is Test Anxiety Holding Your Student Back?

Does your child freeze, fumble, or flip out when confronted with high-stakes testing? They may be experiencing test anxiety. Learn how to help them prepare for testing.

Reflecting on the School Year

Reflecting on the School Year

The end of the school year is an excellent time for students to engage in healthy self-reflection. Learn how to facilitate this process with your teen.

Activities for Teens to Enjoy this Summer

Activities for Teens to Enjoy this Summer

What should your teen read, watch, and listen to this summer? Hint: Signet’s recommendations are based more on pure enjoyment than academic value. See our list.

Summer: The Time for College Applications

Get on Track with College Applications This Summer

Summer is right around the corner and it’s the perfect time for students to get on track with college applications. Get Signet’s college application checklist.

Does My Student Need a Life Coach?

Does a freshman really have enough life experience to necessitate a life coach? Yes! Learn more about academic coaching—life coaching for teens.

SSAT Test Preparation for Private School

SSAT Test Preparation for Private School

If your student plans to apply to a private high school, the SSAT needs to be on your radar. Learn more about how to effectively prep for this important exam.

Is It Academic Aptitude or Attitude?

Is It Academic Aptitude or Attitude

What if we told you a student’s attitude was just as important as their aptitude? Discover how adjusting their attitude can help your student improve their relationship with school.

The True Value of a College Essay

The True Value of a College Essay

In this blog post, you’ll discover what the college essay is, why it matters, and what a good college essay can really do for students.

Is Your Freshman Ready for High School?

Becoming a high school freshman is a big deal. Learn what exactly students (and parents) should expect from freshman year and what students need to be successful for the next four years.

Students With Good Grades Need Help, Too

One of the most common misconceptions parents have about academic coaching is that it’s only necessary for students who have poor grades. Discover why, sometimes, students with good grades need help, too.