* 1. As you think about your child attending the upcoming Congress, what is the #1 thing you hope your child will learn or achieve as a result of attending?

* 2. To help your child—and you—more effectively, we’d love to know more about the biggest concerns and opportunities you see right now.  For each of the following, please tell us whether it describes you totally, describes you well, describes you somewhat, or doesn’t describe you at all.

  Describes me totally Describes me well Describes me somewhat Doesn’t describe me at all
You’re concerned that your child won’t get into a top college or university
You’re worried about financing college for your child, such as finding scholarships for them
You are concerned that your child’s school doesn’t challenge him or her enough
You are concerned that your child’s school doesn’t support him or her enough
You’re focused on helping your child achieve his or her potential
Your child needs better skills (such as time management, organization) to achieve his or her potential
You are focused on helping your child make friends more easily
You’re concerned about your child’s ability to cope with stress
You want to help your child cope with pressures to excel
You would like to see your child become more outgoing
You want to help your child to be more balanced
You feel the environment your child lives in is too competitive
You wish you were able to talk to more parents of high-achieving children
You don’t know how to best guide your high-achieving child
You don’t know how to best support your high-achieving child
You feel your child needs help deciding on a career path
You feel your child needs more drive or ambition
Your child needs help to score better on standardized tests

* 3. Is there anything else you’re concerned about that wasn’t on the list? If so, please tell us about it.

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