Villanova Parents

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At Villanova Preparatory School, the Counseling Office collaborates closely with parents to provide vital support for students throughout their high school journey and college search process. Our virtual evening programs offer unique opportunities for parents to engage in fellowship and gain valuable education on related topics.

Through these sessions, we aim to empower parents with the knowledge and resources necessary to guide their children effectively through the complexities of college applications and academic growth. By working together, we create a nurturing and inclusive environment that ensures every student receives the essential guidance and care to thrive during their high school years and beyond.

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Evening Presentations

Evening speakers are most often scheduled for topics of great importance to parents, like financial aid in college and understanding AP and IB courses.

There is usually a guest speaker invited to shed light on a particular topic, or the counselors provide in-depth information about a particular area of interest. We encourage parents of students of all grades to attend these presentations.

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