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College Board discontinues Subject Tests, optional SAT essay

By GG Mormorunni February 24, 2021
The changes will affect students beginning the college admissions process.
Tam College Counselor Resigns

Tam College Counselor Resigns

By Zoe Wynn September 23, 2017

College and career counselor Elizabeth Stoner has left Tam to to take a job at Marin Promise. Stoner began working at Tam at the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year and resigned shortly before the beginning...

COM Offers Free Classes to High School Students

COM Offers Free Classes to High School Students

December 23, 2014

The College of Marin (COM) is offering up to 11 credit hours of classes for free this spring semester to high school students with its new program, “Jumpstart.” “I think this new program is pretty...

Roberts Brings Experience to Counseling Program

Roberts Brings Experience to Counseling Program

By Ethan Lawrence November 21, 2014

Leslie Roberts, former college counselor at Ruth Asawa School of the Arts, a public high school in San Francisco, was hired as Tam’s new college and career counselor on October 21. Roberts has experience...

EDITORIAL: Change for the Better?

EDITORIAL: Change for the Better?

By Tam News Staff October 2, 2014

Last year, College and Career Center specialist Susan Gertman retired, leaving a vacancy that was filled at the start of the 2014-15 school year. Less than two weeks into this year, however, Principal...

HELPING STUDENTS SUCCEED: College and Career specialist Susan Gertman will retire this month after assisting students in the College and Career Center since 2005. Photo by: Claire Donohue

Bidding Farewell to Susan Gertman

By Cassie Jeong June 11, 2014

You know her from her workshops on everything from financial aid to college essays, conducting class-wide surveys on Naviance, or sending out informational emails on upcoming events and scholarships. Her...

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