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Volunteer work, school activities key factors

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A high school student can get a college scholarship without having perfect grades or playing a sport, but it’s tough to get private money when a teen lacks volunteer experience. That’s the advice Celia Ganey gives to ninth- and 10th-graders who are thinking of going to college after they graduate — be involved in school activities and also get out into the community and volunteer. Maintaining good grades is also important, said Ganey, college and ...

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