Sex, Drugs, and the S.A.T.: Getting out of High School and Getting in to College

Here’s your road map for two daunting journeys: getting out of high school and getting in to college. While you’re handling the harrowing highways of high school, the authors will steer you through the college application process. From how to prevent teenage drinking to crafting a clever college essay, this book gives parents savvy solutions to surviving the teenage years. More

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About Kathleen Glynn-Sparrow

Kathleen Glynn-Sparrow launched and sustained a referral-only college counseling business for 5 years before co-creating The College Coaches. Kathleen holds a B.A. from Duke University as well as a M.Ed. from Emory University. She has been in education for 18 years. Kathleen was Director of College Counseling and 11th Grade Academic Dean at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, MD. She continues to teach the highly in-demand course “The College Essay and Application.” Her experience as a high school English teacher enables her to help students transform their essays from a wisp of an idea to a finished piece.
Kathleen has counseled students from Gonzaga, Stone Ridge, NCS, Whitman, Churchill, The Academy of the Holy Cross, Maret, Wootton, Sandy Spring, St. Andrew’s, St. Jane, St. John’s and Good Counsel. She has been a returning guest speaker at Churchill High School on “How to Market Your Internship to Colleges.” She has traveled extensively allowing her to advise students on colleges that she has personally visited. Kathleen furthered her knowledge of college counseling at the Harvard Admissions Institute.
Prior to St. Andrew’s, Kathleen taught at The Ben Franklin Academy in Atlanta, GA. There she counseled students challenged with learning disabilities, substance abuse recovery and motivational issues.
Currently, Kathleen is the Associate Director of College Counseling at Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bethesda, MD, where she also served as Chair of the English Department. Kathleen lives in suburban Maryland with her husband and two children.

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