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[Opinion] Seniors need more college application support

[Opinion] Seniors need more college application support

There are plenty of people who will sit down and help you whittle your college application down to perfection– if you’re willing to pay. College admissions counselors aim to help students gain acceptance to the university of their dreams. However, that help comes with a […]

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MSD parents gather to listen to presentations regarding college financial aid. 
Photo by Joyce Han

MSD parents attend Financial Aid Information Night

On Wednesday, Sept. 18th,  BRACE advisor Ana Farrand organized a follow-up meeting to last week’s college information night, in the Stoneman Douglas auditorium to thoroughly explain the financial aid process and scholarship opportunities for students and parents.  The 90-minute meeting focused on applying for FAFSA, […]

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas' BRACE advisor Ana Farrand explains the importance of beginning the college admissions process as soon as possible.  Photo by Kaleela Rosenthal

Ana Farrand conducts college informational night for graduating class of 2020

On Tuesday, Sept. 10, parents of the graduating class of 2020 gathered in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School auditorium for an informational brief conducted by BRACE advisor Ana Farrand on expectations regarding their child’s senior year of high school.  During the 90-minute meeting, Farrand […]

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BRACE Advisor Ana Farrand Wins WOT Coordinator of the Year Award

BRACE Advisor Ana Farrand Wins WOT Coordinator of the Year Award

On Friday, April 26, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas  BRACE Advisor Ana Farrand accepted the Broward County School Coordinator of the Year award by the Women of Tomorrow Mentor and Scholarship program at their annual end of the year gala. The WOT Mentor and Scholarship program […]

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Five MSD students win Arts for the Future scholarship

Five MSD students win Arts for the Future scholarship

Five Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students received $1000 Arts for the Future Scholarships on Monday, April 1, 2019. Seniors Olivia Feller, Crystal Tang, Alex Wind, Dylan Redshaw and Kelsey Nickerson were informed that they won the scholarship during first period when they were called […]

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