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Do Not Apply To College as an Asian

Do Not Apply To College as an Asian
When it comes to college admissions, there are certain groups that have significant advantages: the extraordinarily wealthy, children of the politically powerful, celebrities, children of alumni, faculty children, recruited athletes, and underrepresented minorities. There is also the socioeconomic upper class, which while not receiving any special consideration in the application process, do have the... 

College Admissions Consulting

College Admissions Consulting
Buehler Education’s primary goal is to unlock the full potential of children through education. We do that in several ways. First, we help parents identify their children’s unique learning styles and help them develop individualized academic programs to cater to those learning styles. Those programs are best delivered through homeschooling or unschooling, and help foster in children the desire... 

Benefit of Sports

Benefit of Sports
The United State is unique when it comes to the interplay between academics and athletics in both secondary school and post-secondary school in this country.  Given the underwhelming performance of American secondary schools relative to the performance of dozens of nations without integrated athletics programs in their schools, it is hard to take seriously the claim that high school athletics is vital... 

College Admissions for Homeschool Students (Part 3 of 3)

College Admissions for Homeschool Students (Part 3 of 3)
The admissions process into selective colleges is not “fair” by any measure. The process is often determined as much by the parents of the applicant as it is the accomplishments of the applicant, sometimes more so. If you are middle class, your child has a much lower chance of getting into a selective college than the son of someone worth hundreds of millions of dollars. If you work 40 hours... 
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