It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Interview Time and Other Songs for Prospective Students.

December 22, 2009 by SBS Admissions

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Interview Time.

This song often seems like it's on replay in Admissions Offices during the months of November and December. Keep Admissions Counselors on their toes by scheduling interviews in September and October. They'll have more time to devote to you and you'll get their full attention during your visit. If you haven't interviewed yet, and you're applying for Fall 2010...schedule your appointment now! Interview slots fill quickly as the application deadline approaches.

Writer's Block, Writers Block.

This peppy jingle is one to help get you started on all those essays you've been putting off. It's upbeat words and essay prompts are sure to get those creative juices flowing. Perfect for those late nights when you just can't seem to think of anything to write about. If you're still struggling with essay topics think about a teacher you admire, a struggle you have overcome, something you're particularly proud of or your greatest hero.

I Saw Three Envelopes Go in the Box.

On February 9, on February 9. Listen to this remix early on in February to help remind you of the deadlines you need to meet. It's particularly catchy during those last days when you're scrambling to beat the clock. Don't forget to mail those applications so they arrive at the schools prior to their deadline! Stoneleigh-Burnham School has a February 15, 2010 deadline.

Deck the Halls with Applications.

Deck the halls with applications is the perfect ditty to keep you going the day you mail out application after application after application after application after get the idea.

The Twelve Days of Decision Season.

You might want to put this one on in early March to make waiting for those decisions a little easier. With spunky lyrics about the seemingly slow postal service and the dreaded trips to the mailbox every afternoon, this one's sure to brighten even the grimmest post-decision waiting period... and don't worry, it has a happy ending.

All I Want in March is an Acceptance Letter.

On March 10, on March 10. This is a great one to crank up while waiting for those acceptance letters. It'll keep you upbeat and excited on those long walks to the mailbox. Stoneleigh-Burnham mails decision letters early on the morning of March 10 so you should have them in hand a few days later.

If you have any questions about the application process or application deadlines, please don't hesitate to contact us at: or 413-774-2711 ext. 257.

Happy Applying!

Stoneleigh-Burnham School

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