College costs and your child’s GPA

College costs and your child’s GPA
“When should you tell your child that their high school grades might be worth six figures?” asked Ron Lieber at The New York Times. Nearly all but the most selective schools now consider grades as a factor not just for admission but also in “what you might pay.” In Georgia, for instance, “a 3.0 grade point average or above can lead to thousands of dollars per year off the price” at state schools. Many schools aren’t shy about making the grades-price connection explicit; Clark University sent out an email in 2019 with the subject line “Show me the money.”


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