Peachtree College Planning – Audra’s Experience

by Audra H. Anders for The Aha! Connection

My hubby and I sent two sons off to college.  My oldest was in 10th grade when I started freaking out because I didn’t understand ANYTHING about the college application process, what we could afford, where was the best fit, scheduling college tours, etc.  Honestly, when I started talking to people about what to do, I felt like I was learning a whole new foreign language with words such as:  FAFSA, SAT Subject Tests, Early Admission, Gap Year, Technical School, Early Decision, Early Action, Early Decision, Common App, Safety School, Binding Decisions, Hope/Zell GPA vs regular GPA, UGMA, UTMA, EFC, etc. Read More »

Atlanta Academy Campus Visits

Atlanta Academy, located in Roswell, serves 375 private preschool-8th grade students in North Fulton. Small classes allow teachers to understand students’ individual strengths and help them discover their unique talents. The nurturing culture fosters good character in students alongside academic success, well-being, and happiness—our belief in educating the whole child results in students experiencing excitement and joy in the classroom.… Read More »

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Expedia Cruises Giveaway: $75 Towards Your 2022 Vacation!

Are you ready to plan your 2022 vacation?  Win a $75 towards any 2022 3+ day vacation or hotel stay for you and your family from Pam Koch at Expedia Cruises Air, Land, and Sea Vacations!

Pam Koch, Travel Consultant with Expedia Cruises in Dunwoody, specializes in Cruises, Resorts, and Family/Group Travel.  Pam will help passionate travelers – like you – plan your next big adventure, every step of the way. … Read More »

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Dunwoody UMC Preschool – Registration & Tours!

Get to know Dunwoody UMC Preschool! Join us for a tour on Jan. 11 or 13 at 10:00 a.m. To reserve a tour date, visit dumcp.org/admissions.

Founded in 1962, DUMCP is an integral part of the Dunwoody community and a leader in early childhood learning. We offer a developmentally appropriate education in a Christian environment for toddlers through Kindergarten.… Read More »

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13 Tips for Kids Heading to College – Advice from Financial Innovations!

by Laura Schilling of Financial Innovations for The Aha! Connection

In today’s strange world leaving for college is not just about going to Bed Bath and Beyond to get your comforter.  Will you go to classes live or online?  Will the dorm stay open?  Will you wear masks on campus?  These are strange times; however, there are things that every college student should have/do on the financial front:

  1. A Financial Power of Attorney. 
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Is Stress Causing Your Back Pain? Health Point Chiropractic Can Help!

Every day, we see patients in the practice who are stressed. Whether it’s physical, emotional, or chemical stress building up in your body, one thing is certain: too much of it isn’t helping your chronic or acute pain. In fact, it could be making it worse.

How?

Stress and pain go hand in hand. When you’re dealing with pain, a certain level of anxiety typically pops up surrounding the injury.… Read More »

Dunwoody Baptist Church Summer Camps!

Camp Unite at Dunwoody Baptist Church

for ages 2 – Kindergarten (Completed)

Camp Unite provides a spiritually, physically and emotionally safe environment for children to investigate and experience the love of God through a variety of camp activities that are educational and fun!

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DHS Academy of Finance Businesses

Since 1999, the DHS Academy of Finance has exposed 11th and 12th grade students to many facets of business to prepare them for the increasingly competitive workplace. Think of it as a “mini” MBA where students take courses in corporate finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, personal finance, AP macroeconomics and international business. The two-year program includes an emphasis on group projects, team competitions, and interaction with local business leaders that sharpen the students’ networking skills. … Read More »