Sunday, October 14, 2007

We'll Have to Pay for College Somehow

Beth doesn't seem interested in going to college at all. In fact, she's not interested in school at all - no matter how hard we try to convince her that it is important. With the grades she has, she's going to have a hard time going to college if she ever decides she wants to. Cory, on the other hand, will surely go to college somewhere, though he still hasn't figured out what he wants to study. And his parents haven't figured how they're going to pay! A college education is very important, but it's also expensive, and we haven't been saving for it all along.

We keep telling Cory that he needs to find as many Scholarships as he can, so he can get a lot of his expenses covered. I don't know if it's too early to start looking at scholarships now, or not, but I signed up for an account on School Scholarships just to get an idea of what is out there. It's supposed to be a good resource for finding scholarships and financial aid. It might just lead us to the right scholarship for our son.

1 comment:

  1. I am wondering what my son will be into when he reaches 16-17 ... will he still want college... how do I get him there if he doesn't ... how do I help him find his life's passion etc... oiy - kids!
    Sorry that I haven't been by to see your wonderful blog lately. Motherhood keeps me racing around like a mad readhead... wait ... I am a mad redhead ...


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