Ages 15-18: Learning and School
Older teens, especially once they reach the last year or two of high school, often start thinking about college. This can be an exciting—if stressful—time, but it’s important to keep supporting your child’s high school education. Help your child make important decisions, but also be willing to take a step back and be proud that your teen is taking control of her or his own life.
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