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Popp & Associates College Admission Success Story

In Her Own Words: A Senior Shares Her College Admission Experience This month, we invited Carly Devine, a high school senior who worked with Popp & Associates, to [...]

Don’t Miss These Free Spring Events for High School Families

In the coming weeks and months, valuable FREE workshops, college fairs, and other outreach events for high school families will be offered. Students are encouraged to explore colleges by [...]

Resources for the 2024-25 FAFSA

Families with current college students and/or 12th grade students applying to college this year who are interested in federal financial aid for the 2024-2025 school year will [...]

College Admission and Financial Aid Classes Offered by Popp & Associates

December College Admission and Financial Aid Classes Hosted by Popp & Associates and Needham Community Education Featuring Mindy Popp, Founder and Principal College Counselor, and Tom Walsh, [...]

What You Need to Know About the Digital SAT Suite of Assessments

The digital PSAT arrives next month and juniors should plan to take the exam at their high school. Parents, educators and students can learn more about this [...]

Fun and Creative Back-to-School Activities for Kids of All Ages

School is beginning and Good Housekeeping offers 40 suggestions to kick off the new year with exciting activities that everyone will enjoy. Both families and educators can try out these [...]

Back-to-School College Counseling Package Sale

We are currently offering a 20% discount on our Sophomore College Counseling Package (65 hours of counseling services*) and our Freshman College Counseling Package (75 hours of counseling services*) when paid in full at the [...]

Best Discounts for College Students

  Many of us are still facing the effects of inflation and therefore, opportunities to save money are even more appealing. As students prepare to start or [...]

Summer Reading for Adults and Teens (Plus a Contest!)

Summer is in full swing as families head off for vacation, students start summer programs and jobs, and life hopefully quiets down, at least a little, as [...]

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