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After successfully transitioning two of my children from high school to college, I realize this time of year when senior pictures, homecoming, testing and college applications are dominating the minds of most parent and students, that every decision feels like an important one. As the school year progresses, even more decisions will emerge. Some will require your utmost attention like deciding on a college and others will take a lower priority, such as planning the graduation festivities in the spring. To ease this stress, I’ve come up with a helpful graduation checklist.
I’m still filling up my calendar with high school senior sessions. It’s not too late to book yours with me and have them ready for your announcement cards, which I also provide. To get inspired, check out these amazing seniors Grace and Max. I look forward to hearing from you! 407.340.2990