Resources for Parents
Free Citizenship Classes
Wake Technical Community College is offering free citizenship classes in the spring of 2017. Registration: 01/21/17 and 01/28/17 at 9:30am. For more information, contact: Robin Hoff-Abdelilah, ESL Instructional Program Specialist, 919-334-1509 or email@example.com.
Paying for College
With college tuition having increased nearly 80% over the last decade, starting to save early for college is crucial and can help alleviate a lot of the cost burden that college places on families. A college savings plan can go a long way to helping you help pay for your children’s college. This College Savings Plan Guide outlines the best ways you can be savings money ahead of time for their higher education in the future. The guide covers each of the major options available, explains how they work, and provides guidance and resources for how to move forward.
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Wake County Parent Academy – everything that parents need to know about their son’s or daughter’s high school High School on the Horizon English Presentation
Wake County Parent Academy Free Workshops – attend workshops to find out more information about financial aid, EOG testing, college requirements, and more. Wake County Parent Academy
¡Gradúate! Financial Aid Guide to Success – This guide helps both students and parents through the college application process. Click here for additional details.
Comprehensive list of Government Offices by City and County – This guide makes finding government offices easy. Whether you are trying to find the DMV, a post office, a school, or college, this guide will easily navigate you to information about the offices near you.