Christine Chapman

Christine Chapman is the founder of Chapman Education, based in Hopkinton. Since 1995, she has guided more than 3,000 students and families through the private school and college admissions processes. She works closely with students and their families to help them secure the best educational fit.

Local Nonprofit offers Free College Prep for Hopkinton Students

Nationwide, college applications are falling at an alarming rate, primarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The College Axis Project is working to change this.

The Supreme Court Ruling: An Opportunity for a Truly Holistic Admissions Process?

The Supreme Court ruling is viewed as a setback to some, but it also presents an opportunity for colleges to reconsider their admissions process.

College Corner: Seven Million Applicants for 841 Schools. We Have a Problem.

More than ever, minorities, first-generation, and students with financial hardship are applying, while some hardworking kids are being left behind.

College Corner: Advanced Placement or Advanced Pressure?

Colleges look for academic rigor in their applicants, but how many AP classes should students take, and which ones?

Letter to the Editor: HCA Teens Amaze on Open Mic Night

On Sunday February 5, The HCA Teen Advisory Board, which was formed in the...

College Corner: Deferred? Denied? It’s Not Your Student, I Promise

More students than ever are being deferred or denied from the school of their choice. Here's why, and what you can do about it.

College Corner: When to Start Planning

Choosing the right college can be daunting, and many parents are uncertain about the best time to begin the planning process.