Events & Webinars

An Analysis of 2021 Application Results

  • SAT 4/24 @10am PDT: 2021 Early and Regular Application Results
  • SAT 5/8 @10am PDT: Latest Trends and 2021 Success Stories
  • SAT 6/5 @10AM PDT: Private Colleges & 2021 Regular Decision Results
  • SAT 6/19 @10AM PDT: UCs & 2021 Regular Decision Results

    Get the statistics on FLEX's Class of 2021 College Admission Decisions to see what worked (and what did not) and meet some of our counselors who supported these students in getting into the college of their dreams!

     

     

     

    FREE Pre-College Essay Workshops for Class of 2022

    • WED 4/7 @6PM PDT: Why My Major?
    • WED 4/17 @6PM PDT: Why College X?
    • SAT 4/21 @10AM PDT: Personal Statement
    • WED 5/5 @6PM PDT: Personal Statement
    • WED 5/19 @6PM PDT: Personal Statement

    Class of 2022 (Current HS Juniors)

    Back by popular demand! Get a taste of what colleges are looking for in an application essay!

    A great college essay communicates all the necessary information about you as a person. Learn what colleges are looking for and get help writing the essays that best showcase you! Under the supervision of a FLEX essay specialist, students will learn what should and should not go in the essay, study a sample essay, brainstorm potential topics, and find their unique writing voices as well as the benefits of learning strategies and starting the essay process early with feedback from FLEX's admission committee.

    These workshops are NOT for current FLEX ACE Program students. You are automatically scheduled for dedicated workshops as part of the ACE program.

     

     

    Minimize Learning Loss and Pandemic Effects Among Middle Schoolers

    • TUE 4/6 @12PM PDT
    • SAT 4/10 @1:30PM PDT
    • TUE 4/27 @12PM PDT

    Many Families are concerned about the irrevocable losses that their students have suffered during this Pandemic. There has been a very real decline in academic learning, with students experiencing, on average, 5-9 months of learning loss. For some students, the need for emotional well-being is the most important priority on their path to future success. All students, however, can benefit from a more strategic approach to mitigating pandemic learning loss, finding opportunities, and discovering or recovering passions and interests.

    High Impact Activities for Middle School Students

    • SAT 4/17 @12:30PM PDT
    • TUE 4/20 @12PM PDT
    • SAT 5/1 @12:30PM. PDT

    During this pandemic, middle school students in particular have not had the ability to develop the logical thinking skills that mark their transition from elementary school or to advance the rhetorical skills needed to communicate these developing ideas. They have not had the exposure to those activities that correlate with these all-important skills, including speech and debate (logic and rhetoric), competition math (word problems and problem solving), and robotics (coding and building).

    The Changing Landscape of AP Exams: Most Recent Updates

    • SAT 4/10 @10AM PDT

    During this time of pandemic and institutional upheaval, the AP exams have become the college admissions test of choice, finally unseating the SAT and ACT from their prominent place in a student’s academic portfolio. Come to our free webinar to find out what impact these changes will have on current high school students.

     

    Extracurricular Development: Standing Out from the Competition

    • SAT 5/1 @10AM PDT

    A student's extracurricular profile has become a significant factor in college admissions, highlighting a student's intellectual curiosity and personal excellence. What is the relevance of extracurricular and summer activities? Quantity or quality? A wide variety of interests, or deep interest in a single field?

    Come found out how to best integrate your extracurricular activities into a robust and cohesive application profile.