Rosika Posted February 17, 2018 Share Posted February 17, 2018 (edited) My two oldest sons went straight from (public) high school to their first-choice colleges on scholarships. My ex-husband was AD and didn't go to college until our 30s. Those situations were very straight forward. I need advice on how to handle my third son's situation. He's graduating from (home) high school and head to the National Guard. I'm graduating him a year early to do so. He'll do BCT, language school, AIT and then come back for college. This puts him attending college in Fall 2020, which is on track with his peers and the same term he'd be entering college if he had not skipped his senior year to go into the Guard. :willy_nilly: Should I have him applying to colleges now, and then defer admittance? Should we just wait for him to apply until he gets back in 2020? Does it not really matter? Does it vary depending upon the school? Edited February 17, 2018 by Rosika Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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