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The College Options Foundation (a 501c3 non-profit organization) is dedicated to enriching the academic development of high school students and assisting them in their preparation for higher education. Using academic competitions, college exam study guides, college admissions tutorials and personalized counseling, we have assisted thousands of students to attain their dream of attending college. Our counseling programs and college matching services can be found at www.mycollegeoptions.com. More information about the Foundation can be found at www.collegeoptionsfoundation.net.

Our resources include:

College Success CDs
This revolutionary program (an 8-disc set) provides critical information and hundreds of web links, enabling you to bypass counselors and administrators, linking you directly to everything you need to save thousands of dollars in college costs and get you into the college of your choice.

My College Options (www.mycollegeoptions.com)
My College Options is a new service created for students (and their parents, counselors, and teachers) to explore the full range of opportunities after high school, with special emphasis on the college search process.

SAT/ACT Prep Guides
A unique approach to mastering the SAT/ACT with a program designed for students who want to increase their scoring potential.

Zero Hour Threat SAT/ACT Test Prep Game
Zero Hour Threat, created by i.d.e.a.s. at Disney-MGM, is an interactive action game designed to increase standardized test scores, as well as enhance general mathematics and vocabulary skills while having fun playing a state-of-the-art video game.

Understanding Athletic Recruiting Guide
This dynamic book sheds light on one of the most confusing aspects of the college search process for many high school students - the recruitment of student-athletes.

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In the FSTP, Soldiers will receive information to prepare them mentally, physically, and emotionally for the rigors of Initial Entry Training and Beyond. Soldier's will also be provided support information for their family members, as well as answering many commonly asked questions.

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