College application process carries learning curve

Newton High School students, from left, Emma Pulaski, Chase Cassil and Kenton Fox look for the countries they represented during Model United Nations on Feb. 27 and 28 in Topeka. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now
Brett Knepper, special to Newton Now As many students reach their senior years of high school, on top of balancing the usual responsibilities of academics, sports, work and extracurricular activities, they also face an additional challenge and time constraint: the college application process. It’s something most go through in preparation

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